Alternative ways of having a baby (for both opposite and same sex couples)
This lesson will discuss the various alternative options available for couples and single people who wish to have a child. It will cover adoption, fostering, surrogacy, egg/sperm donation and co-parenting. This lesson is intended for learners in Year 11+, aged 15+. It forms part of the sex education curriculum within RSHE, of which parents can 'opt out' for their child. Please check with your parent or carer before continuing the lesson.
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Lesson summary: Alternative ways of having a baby (for both opposite and same sex couples)
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This was the final lesson in the unit Intimate sexual relationships: pregnancy and parenting.