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DfE suggests SEXWISE?!!
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DfE suggests SEXWISE?!!

Sexwise, an ‘excellent’ resource for 11s+:  Really? (CAUTION – THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL THAT MAY CAUSE OFFENCE AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. THE LINKS TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES ARE FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDED. ) In the Government’s recent consultation on RE [Relationship Education] and RSE [Relationship and Sex Education],…

RSE Opt-out Petition!
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RSE Opt-out Petition!

Give parents the right to opt their child out of Relationships and Sex Education Following the success of the Citizen Go Petition there is now a very important petition directly to the Government which is rapidly gaining support. The details of the petition are shown below: We believe it is the parent’s fundamental right to…

RSE – Parental Rights Petition
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RSE – Parental Rights Petition

On 11th December 2018, Kate Godfrey-Faussett launched a petition on CitizenGO campaigning for the rights of parents/carers to opt their child out of all aspects of the new Relationships and Sex Education that is going to be taught in all schools. At ParentPower, we are pleased to support this initiative affirming the fundamental rights of…

Suffer the little children
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Suffer the little children

At the end of its draft Guidance into Relationships and Sex and Relationships Education, the Government helpfully details what it describes as ‘… the many excellent resources already available, free of charge, which schools can use to deliver the new curriculum. Under Sex Education, it includes: Sexual health and relationships: range of resources available at https://sexwise.fpa.org.uk/…

RSE – Action Alert!
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RSE – Action Alert!

*ACTION ALERT: Please Respond to Government RSE Consultation by 7th November 2018! The fundamental human right of parents to raise their children according to their own beliefs and values is at great risk. Please respond by 7th November 2018 to protect children in English schools from anti-life and anti-marriage Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), and from being indoctrinated with state-sponsored LGBT ideology. Help protect the parental right…

Govt. Advice Unlawful?
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Govt. Advice Unlawful?

DfE Draft Advice Legally Flawed? In The Times this Friday, a leading academic and public law barrister is quoted in an article headlined – Making schools teach about same-sex marriage ‘would be unlawful’. Christopher McCrudden, a professor of human rights and equality law at Queen’s University Belfast, has said that the Department for Education’s Independent…

Parents right to withdraw?
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Parents right to withdraw?

Will or won’t parents retain the right to withdraw their children from sex education? Education secretary, Damian Hinds MP, reignited the sex education debate recently when he confirmed in several interviews that parents would retain the right to withdraw their children from sex education classes once the new compulsory subjects of Relationships Education (RE) in…

The Problem of Parents
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The Problem of Parents

The Department for Education is currently conducting a call for evidence, hoping to discover what parents and young people want to see in the new Relationships and Sex Education curriculum. The policy revision is proving controversial, with good reason. At the moment, parents have the right to remove their children from sex education lessons, apart…

RSE – just a few days left
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RSE – just a few days left

Relationships Education and Parental Freedoms – Consultation Ends February 12th There is a new law coming into force in September 2019. All schools will have to teach Relationships Education in Primary Schools; and Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) in Secondary schools. No school – academy, free, independent – will be exempt. The Department of Education…

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