A new report claims that half of UK secondary school teachers do not feel confident about delivering lessons regarding sex and relationships.

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The survey, published by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and teachers union NASUWT, also shows most teachers want more training before leading lessons on the subject.

The report was published following the emergence of Everyone’s Invited, a website that allowed student victims of sexual assault to share their experiences anonymously, while stating the school that they attended.

It’s been a year since lessons on sex and relationships were made compulsory in England.