SA reacts to teachers threatening to boycott new sex curriculum

SA reacts to teachers threatening to boycott new sex curriculum

- Mzansi social media users have expressed outrage over the proposed introduction of a new sex curriculum

- Their outrage accompanies the outrage of many teachers who have threatened to boycott it

- The syllabus change involves going into further details in sex education starting from Grade 4

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Teachers are threatening to boycott a new school curriculum that would see them teaching pupils about masturbation and sex. Mzansi social media users seem to be in full agreement with them. Many have expressed outrage over the proposed introduction and fear for the innocence of their children.

This curriculum requires teachers to explain the process during vaginal, oral and anal sex. According to the City Press, reports of this new syllabus were leaked to the media last week. The leaks state that the program with be implemented for pupils between Grade 4 and 12.

SA reacts to teachers threatening to boycott new sex curriculum

SA reacts to teachers threatening to boycott new sex curriculum
Source: Facebook

Facebook user Tania Valentine said:

"What happened to needlework and woodwork my granddaughter is in grade 3 now and I can't see her learning about that in school then the kids end up experimenting hell no"

Dawid Pretorius said:

"We should strive to keep innocence as long as possible in our kids. This curriculum will have very little impact on gr10s or higher. They could teach adults a thing or ten. But leave the babies out of this evil"

Deline VD Westhuizen said:

"No, no, no. Sad situation. I support educators who refuse to teach this curriculum"

Annah Matjila said:

"We need to pray for our government this curriculum must start at high school not grade 4"

Molefi Arthur Ratilodi said:

"We should teach this things at home,i want to send my kids to school to learn stuff that i don't know. I can't pay for this nonsense"

Maepadi Caroline Mamaru-Tjao said:

"What an opportune time for teachers who lack morals & learners who are misled! Which religion or culture is promoting the curriculum in question? Policy makers have no idea what's happening within the classroom. They're only happy that their names are recorded in history archives"

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Nixon M Mpofu said:

"When I went to school to check my daughter's books in grade 7 I saw these teachings in her book"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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