King Edward VI Community College
posted by: Emily Lockey
If you are a student at King Edward VI Community College, you are able to sign up to the C-Card scheme and collect free condoms and lube. Ask a teacher or a member of the pastoral support team for details.
Everything is confidential and it is an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about sexual health, consent, STIs etc without judgement.
If you are 16+ you can also sign up online – CLICK HERE.
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