Sex Education Forum

Working together to achieve quality sex and relationships education.

Established in 1987, the Sex Education Forum (SEF) works with its members and other stakeholders to ensure that all children in England receive quality sex and relationships education (SRE).

SEF advocates and campaigns to ensure children and young people's entitlement to SRE is firmly embedded into national and local government policies and public understanding.

It also supports professionals to access and share information so they are well informed and competent to commission, plan, deliver, evaluate and research SRE.

SEF's work is underpinned by evidence, a rights-based approach and the expressed needs of children and young people.

The Sex Education Forum is coordinated by Lucy Emmerson.

To find out more, visit the SEF website: www.sexeducationforum.org.uk.

Service Details

Provided by:
National Children's Bureau
Location:
National
Ages:
11-25
Address:
8 Wakley Street
London
EC1V 7QE

Organisation Details

We build a better childhood for every child, by championing their right to be safe, secure and supported.

How we work

We are a leading national children’s charity, working to build a better childhood for every child

We champion children and young people’s right to be safe, secure and supported, so they can flourish and achieve their full potential.

Our vision

For every child to grow up safe, secure and supported.

Our mission

To build a better childhood for every child.

Name:
National Children's Bureau
Address:
8 Wakley Street
London
EC1V 7QE

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