I have no intention of telling you what to think or about what I think is right and wrong. It is your life so perhaps it is your problem, or is it? My job is to help you develop your own ideas and to help you make your voice heard.

To whom does your body belong?

  1. The issues
  2. What do you think?
  3. Other contributions


  1.  What the UK & European Law says
  2. The issues
  3. What do you think?
  4. Other contributions to the debate

Teenage Pregnancy

  1. Do you have a right to get pregnant?

Clean those teeth

  1. How long will your teeth last you?
  2. How will you educate your own children?

Eat your greens

  1. Why should you?
  2. Who cares about your diet?
  3. What do you think?


  1. Behind the bike sheds or wherever?
  2. Is it “cool”? What do you think?
  3. Snuff


  1. OK so you think it is “cool”
  2. Soft or hard?What do you think?
  3. Other contributions to the debate.
  4. Pipe, cigar or cigarette?

Genetic Diseases

  1. Genetic Counseling


  1. What does UK and European Law say?
  2. The issues
  3. What do you think?
  4. Other contributions to the debate


  1. What the UK & European Laws say
  2. The issues
  3. What do you think?
  4. Other contributions to the debate


The Editor reserves the right to edit or delete contributions. However, this right will be used sparingly and for good reasons:

  1. inappropriate language will be removed,
  2. verbosity or repetition will be edited,
  3. misleading or inaccurate details will be cut.

All sensible contributions will be approved(with edit where strictly necessary).

Note for teachers:

You are welcome to use these pages as homework for one of your classes. Please make an entry to record this or send me an e-mail. If I know that you are using this resource, I will attempt to check frequently to moderate students’ responses. Ask your students to include their details: school, form & name. Check the moderated “Comments” page to mark their work.

Suggested Mark Scheme:

No entry = 0, Gobble-de-gook entry = 1, Clearly stated opinion = 6, Clearly stated opinion with a coherent argument = 8. Well informed comment with clearly stated opinion and coherent argument = 10.

Students’ email addresses:

Students need to provide valid email addresses so that they can be sent a password and perhaps a password reminder. We do not publicise or make no other use of these emails.