The Welsh government have decided to make sex education and religious education compulsory.
It has also been announced that local priests will teach both classes. It is believed that the Church strongly backs the decision.
The Church claims their Priests are the perfect fit for the job and are the most suitable people in society for the role.
Up until now parents have had the right to withdraw their children from the classes.
A local priest welcomed the news, he stated, “you can’t just withdraw from religion or sex, that’s life. Believe me, I’d know.”
Priests have been given the job due to their experience, their position as a father figure in the local community but mainly down to the recommendation of high ranking members of the church.
The idea is for the plan to be trialled next year before becoming part of the curriculum in 2022.
The Church first questioned why it needed to be trialled because it put in doubt the integrity of the Church, but they quickly backtracked and claimed they had nothing to hide.
There has been a mixed reaction from parents and other groups about making the classes compulsory.
The Church made a statement, “For hundreds of years the Church has been a trustworthy organisation, and that still exists to this day. Your children are in safe hands.”