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Calls for new RSE guidance
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Calls for new RSE guidance

Calls for new RSE guidance amid concerns over ‘inappropriate’ content   The government is being urged to issue new guidance on Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) over concerns about the content of the curriculum. The concerns were raised in a letter from the Family Education Trust to schools minister, Robin Walker. “Children are being sexualised,…

Government departments, educational establishments and even, God help us, the Church need to sever all links with Stonewall
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Government departments, educational establishments and even, God help us, the Church need to sever all links with Stonewall

A glimmer of light begins to shine at the end of a long dark tunnel. In a welcome and long overdue move, the media watchdog Ofcom has become the latest organisation to withdraw from Stonewall’s Diversity Champions’ programme, citing as a reason the need to avoid conflict or a risk of perceived bias. In a statement, while…

Open Letter to the PM – End political exploitation in schools by Stonewall
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Open Letter to the PM – End political exploitation in schools by Stonewall

The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP  Prime Minister 10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA    Dear Prime Minister,  Political exploitation by Stonewall and safeguarding issues in schools   We the undersigned are concerned by the large number of Government departments reportedly severing ties with Stonewall, following accusations of unacceptable intimidation, bullying and harassment of those who disagree with their views…

Family Lives Matter
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Family Lives Matter

TODAY is the ‘Global Day of Parents’. The United Nations has affirmed that, in celebrating this day, nations around the world should recognise that the family has the primary responsibility for nurturing and protecting children. This day appreciates parents for their ‘selfless commitment to children and their lifelong sacrifice towards nurturing this relationship’. The UK has been…

Is Education in Wales just Ideology?
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Is Education in Wales just Ideology?

The Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill 2021 The Bill became law in March 2021. The “Religion, Values and Ethics” element which is included in it encompasses compulsory lessons on atheism and “non-religious” views for all pupils. Therefore, at the same time as spiritual elements being included in the curriculum, they are being undermined by setting them in a…