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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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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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Trust Parents Rally

Join us to rally for ‘RSE opt-out’ Time: 4-6 pm Venue: Old Palace Yard, Westminster, London SW1A 2 Why: 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.  This is to be debated in Parliament on Monday 25th February at 4.30…

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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…

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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At the end of its draft Guidance into Relationships and Sex and Relationships Education, the Government helpfully details what it describes as ‘… the many excellent resources already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/…

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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…

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Halal Meat in Schools

The issue of Halal meat in Schools In July of this year, Lancashire Council became the first in the UK to ban unstunned halal meat from being served in schools. Not all providers of halal meat will not stun the animal prior to slaughter, but The Lancashire Council of Mosques argued that the halal slaughter…

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RSE Poll Backs Parents

New polling shows the public want parents at the heart of new relationships education proposals, with most wanting parents informed of the curriculum content ahead of time and to know who is delivering classes. This comes as the government is consulting on what form compulsory relationships education should take for primary school pupils in England,…

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Off-rolling and Exclusion

The dubious practice of off-rolling Ofsted has announced that it is to conduct an investigation into exclusion figures, in particular trying to establish why two regions in the north-east (Yorkshire and the Humber) have higher rates of excluded pupils than anywhere else in England. Six of the 10 worst offending areas are situated in the…

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