Should school’s teach pupils about body image?

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Should school’s teach pupils about body image?
14th October 2014

How would you feel if your child learning about how to feel confident about their shape and apperaence?

Schools are being urged to help the children as young as five feeling anxious and insecure about the way they look.

MPs are now calling on teachers to offer body confidence lessons and parents to set a 'positive example.'

MP Caroline Nokes who is spearheading the campaign and actress Juliette Burton, who has battle anorexia and bulimia, join Headline London.

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