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News: Make PSHE compulsory to protect teachers, say heads

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The NAHT headteachers' union is calling for PSHE to be made a statutory requirement, to shield teachers from parents' complaints. The NAHT claims that this would protect teachers who are tackling controversial topics from accusations that they are "pursuing a personal agenda".

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