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Children as young as four have been excluded from school for 'inappropriate sexual behaviour', Ofsted has revealed.
More than one in five primary schools has raised the alarm over pupils' conduct.
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from the OP link
A study of 69 schools showed that a total of 14 had witnessed this type of behaviour.
One head teacher was told that a child of five or six whose behaviour was displaying 'sexual elements'
Originally posted by Samblack
Is anyone actually shocked by this considering the amount of sex there is on the TV? Also it's incredibly easy for children to access sex-sites on the Internet not to mention society as a whole in the USA is a mess.
Kid's are learning what sex is at very early ages.