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The Welsh government announced on 22 January that parents will no longer be able to remove their children from sex or religious education.
Welsh children from the age of five will be taught RE and Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) …
Johnny comes home from school saying he has to use gender neutral toilets – what can you do?
There is a lot of confusion about how the Equality Act applies in British schools, so the Christian Institute has produced a …
A Christian organisation has been set up to oppose the government’s new sex education requirements that will be introduced in English schools in September 2020.
Our Children Our Faith Our Rights (OCOFOR) demonstrated outside Parliament in October over the LGBT …
Last updated on October 25th, 2019 at 03:00 pm
A CHRISTIAN MOTHER HAS LAUNCHED her own grassroots campaign to warn parents about the government’s latest graphic sex and relationship lessons.
Susan Mason, a freelance accountant from Surrey, launched the School Gate …
The UN agency for culture and education, UNESCO, wants governments to “overcome social opposition” to abortion and gay rights.
A UNESCO document explores ways of manipulating public opinion on abortion rights, gender identity and homosexuality so that these subjects can …
Last updated on May 28th, 2019 at 06:04 pm
A sinister new phase of social engineering has begun:
Befuddled by Brexit, our MPs have nodded through Sex Education changes that groom children into accepting values formed by just 2% of the population, writes Clifford Hill
Despite escalating concerns over LGBT lessons in primary schools, ‘Relationships Education’ is set to become compulsory for children aged four upwards from September 2020.
Campaigners are worried that the government’s new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) regulations are a smokescreen for promoting LGBT lifestyles and that the government has ignored parents’ concerns. Fifty-eight per cent of respondents to the government’s consultation (which ran from 19 July to 7 November 2018) said that the material proposed for primary schools was not “age-appropriate”.