The Parent Teacher Association invited our school social worker Ms Cheung Ka-ki to host a talk on sex education on 26 February 2011.
In January, our school social workers carried out a survey at all levels aiming at interviewing students on their knowledge and attitude on sex. Therefore, in the seminar, Ms Cheung revealed her findings of the survey, which help parents understand and learn more about the moral values and behaviours of our students. Ms Cheung also gave advice on how to develop children’s positive attitude and values, and shared some special cases about misconception of contraceptive measures among teenagers. Many parents actively raised different questions about effective ways to offer sex education to their children.
Highly concerned parents should be open-minded and discuss the subject of sex with their children, so that they can notice what problems their children are facing. Moreover, a sound home-school co-operation is essential for helping students establish a positive value on sex.
Lastly, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Ms. Cheung and Mr. Yau for spending their precious time to conduct this workshop. Their professional knowledge and work experience are very helpful to our parents, who hope that more related workshops can be organized in the future.