Sex and Relationship Education is an ongoing issue for many parents and educators, and the Government are currently thinking about changing the way Sex and Relationships Education works in schools. Many children and young people receive this education at different times in their schooling. We find that some parents are keen for them to be educated early whereas others feel that primary age is far too young. There is a debate about the level of information given at different ages. Family Lives would like to know what your thoughts are on on the role of parents and families in educating young people about sexual health and relationships? Also, What more can be done to improve the teaching of Sex and Relationships Education and how can parents and young people be included in the development and teaching of SRE?