Britain’s schools ‘hit by sexting epidemic involving children as young as 12’

Tens of thousands of children have been caught sharing sexual imagery online over the last three years Rex Britain’s school children are experiencing a “sexting crisis”, according to a newspaper investigation. Tens of thousands of children have been caught sharing sexual imagery online over the last three years, leading the Government and child-protection groups to call for compulsory sex education classes at schools. The investigation, by The Times, included 50 schools and found that a third of all cases involved children aged 12 and 13. More than one in ten…

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Private education a ticket to Britain’s most prestigious jobs finds Sutton Trust study

A survey has found that access to prestigious jobs in the UK for people from comprehensive schools has barely improved in a generation, raising serious questions about social mobility in the country. The military, medicine, politics, civil service, journalism, business, law, music, and the film industry are over-represented by former independent school pupils. Data from the education charity the Sutton Trust has found that only a sixth of senior doctors and one in 10 leading barristers were educated at comprehensive schools. Its figures showed that 71% of the top 100…

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