The British Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's new lessons covering the history of India have come under fire for being anti-British and for exposing students to sexually explicit material.
One web site that teachers are told to recommend to students aged twelve to fourteen contains direct links to the Kama Sutra. A QCA spokesperson said teachers should check resources before they use them.
Chris McGovern, director of the History Curriculum Association, also accuses the new material of selective and at times inaccurate quoting. He says that the lessons take a "politically correct", anti-British view of history.