Posts filed under: Student Advice

What is missing from sex education in our schools? (part 2)

In my most recent blog I talked about the ‘scary’ statistics showing young people are, in a lot of cases in the dark, when it comes to their knowledge of STIs, and sex education. There is a gulf between the information […]

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Why is HIV education missing from schools? (part 1)

Why is sex education barely adequate in our schools? A third of school leavers admit to being in the dark on how HIV is spread; almost seven out of 10 people say they have not received HIV education at school. […]

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Got your results and heading to Uni? Safe sex advice for freshers

It’s that time of year again – when students find out if they have a place at their chosen University. David Woods, Director at Last Taboo partner, Humm Media, explores those first few weeks at University and offer advice to […]

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At it like rabbits – who’s doing it and where to get advice

Each year The Times High Education Supplement (TES) publishes its league tables; benchmarking UK universities against each other on the basis of student satisfaction, employment prospects and, of course, grades. At the same time a separate University league table is […]

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