You have the right to be included. Ask for any adjustments that you need.
The information must:
apply to you
be presented in a way that you understand
For example, if your condition means that you find it difficult to open a condom packet, the person teaching you will need to find another way to make this work for you.
Teachers sometimes do not have all the information to hand, but they should never leave you without answers or support. If they cannot help you, they should offer to find someone who can. If they do not offer this, it is your right to ask. They should also respect your privacy, You can ask for a private session if that is what you want.
If you’re not getting the information you need
If you have questions that you feel uncomfortable asking about during a lesson, it's still important that you get the answers you need.
You could ask:
a teacher privately
a school counsellor
for support to find out from other sources
Remember you are entitled to access this information and support. This should also be confidential.