A school in Sussex is teaching children about sexting and cyber-bullying to move with the times.
Tanbridge House School, near Horsham, says it's part of a radical shake-up of sex education lessons - that are being looked at across the country.
The Government consultation has been launched in the hope of revamping "out of date" guidelines in British schools.
The plans, suggest pupils should be taught about sexting, online porn and cyber-bullying to help them cope with the challenges facing young people today. Here's Tom Savvides.
- LESLEY PRICE, Tanbridge House School
- JUSTINE GREENING MP, Education Secretary
- THOMAS PASCOE, Coalition For Marriage