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Children Not in School

The Government Consultation into the requirement for all home educating parents in England to register their child with the local authority closes in one week, on June 24th.  The move to make registration of all children compulsory will affect all of us, and not just those who choose to home school, undermining the principle, up to…

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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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This mad sexual brainwashing must be resisted

  Maybe it was inevitable that once same-sex marriage was on the books, activists would double down on their goal of indoctrinating our children with postmodern notions of sexual experimentation and gender change. Well, inevitable or not, that’s the stage the sexual revolution has now reached. Under the guise of reducing bullying and improving self-respect,…

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Compulsory RSE Protest

Parents and MPs protest over ‘state takeover’ of parenting as Government moves forward with compulsory RSE “A fundamental shift of power to the state.”  Ministers have been accused of mounting a “state takeover” of parenting , as the Government released new draft final regulations and guidelines on Relationships and Sex Education, which will be compulsory…

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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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Make Your Voice Heard

Join us to make your voice heard! A recent petition calling for retention of the parental right to withdraw a child from Relationships and Sex Education has attracted over 100,000 signatures.  Provoked by the very real fear that such teachings will be used to promote damaging and hazardous lifestyles and behaviours expressly prohibited by all…

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Call to Action!

Urgent Call to Action from Safe at School: Contact your MP now about Parliamentary debate on RSE and parents’ rights There will be a debate in the House of Commons on Monday 25 February at 4.30pm on: ‘Give parents the right to opt their child out of Relationships and Sex Education’ Please alert your MP to this…

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Parental Rights Campaign

Safe at School launch postcard campaign in defence of parental rights Safe at School have launched a major campaign in defence of parental rights. The latest Safe at School bulletin, which you can view and download here, sets out the danger we are facing from two new compulsory school subjects: Relationships Education in ALL primary schools,…

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Power of the Individual

Many times in history, real change is not brought about by the establishment agencies or organised groups.  It is often the power of the individual.  And this is exactly the story of Shraga Stern and his mission to protect the values and issues surrounding religious education – in his case, those of orthodox Jewish teachings…