Too little focus on sex education in Ofsted inspections is risking pupils' health and wellbeing, argues a study.
Sex and relationships education gets fewer mentions in Ofsted reports than any other subject, suggests analysis by the British Humanist Association (BHA).
It figured in fewer than 1% of inspections carried out in England last year, researchers found.
Ofsted says inspectors evaluate how schools boost pupils' understanding of how to keep safe and healthy.
"As part of this, inspectors will gather evidence about personal,…