Lauren Goodger calls for change in school curriculum to teach kids about ‘paying bills and buying property’
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Lauren Goodger has called for change in the educational curriculum as she discussed the lack of life lessons taught at school.
The 35 year old reality TV personality shared a few paragraphs on her Instagram story as she expressed her frustration over the the things learnt in education that "we are never going to need or use later in life".
New mum Lauren welcomed her adorable baby girl Larose into the world back in July – hers and boyfriend Charles Drury's first child together.
The former TOWIE star has taken motherhood in her stride, and regularly keeps her followers updated on her day-to-day activities.
Boasting 789K fans on Instagram, the brunette beauty frequently takes to her Instagram stories to have a natter, sharing her latest thoughts with her adoring fans.
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And earlier today, Lauren brought up the differences she believes it'd make to remove children from education in order for them fully understand things such as "paying bills, buying property etc…"
The stunning star slammed the current curriculum, explaining that the lack of education around certain topics means that "us parents need to also home school", and that it sometimes isn't possible for all parents to do that.
Lauren – who recently celebrated her 35th birthday with a surprise bash at hers and Charles' home – wrote a long message on Instagram Stories to open up a discussion with her followers.
The reality TV veteran penned: "Just a thought that we learn things in school that we are never going to need or use later in life.
"But learning about money, business, health, mental health, independence, paying bills, buying property etc…"
She continued: "What a difference it would make to leave education and fully understand a lot of the above because we studied it and was a part of life.
"Just interesting how we don't learn the real world everyday life lessons and things that we have to do."
Lauren then went on to share her thoughts on children receiving sex education lessons at school, writing: "But I hear that 8 year olds are now learning about sex education – that's a change that's been made recently they have lowered the age and def not necessary!"
She concluded: "Just means that us parents need to also home school to teach them certain things that's important and not every parent can (understand) or have the time to do this."
The mum-of-one added a poll onto the written post, asking her fans for their opinions.
Lauren asked: "Do you agree… Need learn different things about setting up for life when leave school?"
Currently, around 94 per cent of Lauren's followers agree with her thoughts, which echo the recent stories posted by influencer Molly Mae.
The 22 year old former Love Island star and newly-appointed Creative Director of Pretty Little Thing has been house-hunting, but recently expressed her stresses at not fully understanding the ins and outs of buying property.
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