MUM TAKES SCHOOL TO COURT FOR LGBT INDOCTRINATION
Izzy Montague was one of several parents at Heavers Farm Primary School unhappy when children there were forced to participate in a Pride parade. She will be in court this week to oppose LGBT indoctrination in school. The outcome of this case will set a precedent for all schools in the UK. You can support Izzy’s legal case here.
SCOTTISH GENDER RECOGNITION BILL BLOCKED
The UK government has decided to block a controversial Scottish bill designed to make it easier for people to change their legal gender from 16 years of age. UK ministers say the draft law would conflict with equality protections applying across Great Britain. More details here.
Please sign and share this government petition to remove LGBT content from the Relationships Education curriculum.
“LGBTQ+ TEACHING OK FOR 3-YEAR-OLDS” SAYS HIGH COURT JUDGE
In a lengthy judgment that completely dismissed parental rights, the High Court has ruled that the Welsh Government’s controversial plans to force Sex Ed and LGBTQ+ teaching on all children from the age of three is lawful. Public Child Protection Wales will be appealing the decision. More details in their press release.
PARENTS UNITE TO PROTECT THEIR KIDS
Redbridge parents’ group, Parents United, held a conference recently to share concerns about the content of RSE lessons in their schools. They have produced this report to provide a basis for discussion with their local authority. Other parents in similar circumstances may find their report very helpful.
TRIBUNAL – NO SECRET RSE LESSONS
In this article, Amanda Spielman, chief of OFSTED, has agreed with Miriam Cates MP of the Education Select Committee that schools should be “sharing learning materials with parents without restriction, and that claims of copyright infringement should not be used to prevent them from being seen.”
Clare Page, however, was shocked when she was told by her school that she wasn’t allowed to see RSE materials taught to her child by third party providers. She is taking her complaint about the lack of transparency to tribunal. The case will be heard in February or March of this year.
In this wide-ranging discussion with Coalition for Marriage’s Tony Rucinski, Clare speaks about her case and the social and constitutional context of the issues parents are finding with RSE.
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