Following news that the government plan to introduce sexual education to children aged 8, one toy shop has decided to cash in with their own brand of dildos.
A representative of the popular toy shop stated: "The new dildo range is purely for educational purposes. When French was made compulsory, we acted accordingly and started selling French text books. Now Sex Ed is part of the curriculum, we're selling dildos".
A government spokesperson said: "There are likely to be end of year exams in Sex Ed, just as there are in any other subject".
Whether or not a practical part of the exam will be introduced is still being debated.
Mrs. Adams, Head Mistress of a primary school in Buckinghamshire, has sent a letter to parents telling them that students who are found to be falling behind will be given a sex store loyalty card to help with their homework.
It is feared however that parochial high-street toy stores will face stiff competition from supermarkets, who also plan to take advantage of the new Sex Ed Act. Early reports suggest that they will introduce their own range of butt plugs, and rumours are circulating that there are plans to manufacture Teletubby condoms.