The Sunday Post (Dundee)
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children to respect people’s racial, cultural and physical differences.
The scheme was said to have been a success in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
As a result, its creators were keen to roll it out further.
However, Conservative MSP Elizabeth Smith criticised the scheme which she said was “too much too young” for three-year-olds.
There has also been a lot of fierce debate over the subject of sex education in schools.
A group of high-profile gay, lesbian and bisexual Scottish politicians have called for LGBTI issues to be taught in schools in order to tackle discrimination, bullying and homophobia.
However, some religious figures are vehemently opposed to the move.