Guernsey school boys taught about women's safety following Sarah Everard death

The BE LADS initiative will be delivered in PSHCE lessons across the island to raise awareness. Credit: PA Images

New lessons will see Year 11 students in Guernsey taught how they can help women feel safe when walking alone.

The BE LADS initiative has been created in the wake of Sarah Everard's death and will be delivered in PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education) across the island.

Poppy Murray created the programme in March this year to raise awareness of the issues women face when walking alone.