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No Outsiders – Unless you Believe in God

The current, controversial programme called “No Outsiders” being promoted in various schools has led to a storm of protest from parents. It has been the most divisive single educational measure in recent years. Parents have removed their children from schools; staff have lost their jobs for protesting against it on behalf of their own children;…

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Individual rights and (in)tolerance

The draft RSE Regulations, currently before Parliament for approval, are scheduled to come into force on 1st September 2020, but schools are being encouraged to implement changes as soon as possible. The Government has said that all teaching delivered as part of RSE must promote acceptance of LGBT lifestyles and identity, supporting gender ‘equality’ and enforcing…

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Withdrawal from Sex Ed – Template Letter

Dear Headmaster/Headmistress, I would like to exercise my legal right under S 405 of the Education Act 1996 to withdraw my child(ren) (son/daughter as preferred) from Sex Education classes in your school as follows: (quote classes) In this I am also exercising my right under the Human Rights Act 1998 Protocol 1, Article 2 that…

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Parent Rights – Advice

PARENTAL RIGHTS ADVICE PACK – SUMMARY   ParentPower has had a stream of enquiries this year, and it is clear there are distinct areas of education where parental rights are being ignored, overridden or deliberately treated with contempt. This is particularly the case with parents who have a religious faith – though the rights of…

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Call to Action: Please be Ready to Respond to Forthcoming Government Consultation on Relationships and Sex Education (rse).

CALL TO ACTION: PLEASE BE READY TO RESPOND TO FORTHCOMING GOVERNMENT CONSULTATION ON RELATIONSHIPS AND SEX EDUCATION (RSE). The aim of compulsory sex education has been pursued as part of a concerted campaign in recent years, spearheaded by a powerful and well-funded sex education lobby, and supported by large sections of the media and, within…

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Sex and Relationships Education – have the Mandarins got it Wrong?

Sex and Relationships Education – have the mandarins got it wrong? The aim of all sex and relationships education is to protect children and, so far as necessary, inform children, arming them against sexual coercion and enabling them to form healthy, non-abusive relationships.  Yet far from protecting children, the most obvious fruits of government policy…

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