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M. Rašková, D. Provázková Stolinská, E. Šmelová

Palacky University in Olomouc (CZECH REPUBLIC)
The issue of puberty should be primarily dealt with the family. But we can not guarantee that the child will acquire subjectively and socially desirable knowledge, attitudes and behavior of the widest field of human sexuality. Best communication about puberty at school also follows from the requirement of proficiency and in relation to specific pedagogical-psychological peculiarities of children and the need to respect humanizing criteria and ethical principles. Child, family and school have to communicate, even when parents and teachers often have barriers in communication with the child, not only in problematic issues. Through the research we watched interpersonal communication as the relationship between the child, family and school in the problematic topic of puberty. The goal was to determine how often and how to communicate with children about puberty, parents and teachers. We used the method of questioning and the results obtained by the selected data are the subject of this paper. Intentionally also note the contribution of the risks that may be associated with the forthcoming inclusion in the environment of the Czech primary school. Research had to pointed to various limitations and shortcomings already in normal families and non-included school education.