Christian secretary sacked for opposing LGBT education sues school

Sep 22, 2020 by

by Jack Wright and Georgia Simcox, Mailonline: A Christian teaching assistant who is suing a school for allegedly sacking her because she opposed plans to teach LGBT relationships to primary pupils said it is ‘morally necessary’ to defend the ‘Bible truth against harmful doctrines’. Kristie Higgs, 44, was dismissed for gross misconduct by Farmor’s School in Fairford, Gloucestershire last year after sharing Facebook posts which raised concerns about relationship...

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Why sex education has so successfully increased promiscuity, STDs, abortion

Sep 21, 2020 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, LifeSite: Sex education, in essence, proceeds directly out of that assumption that children are entirely incapable of abstaining from sex outside marriage. How did we get modern sex education — and why? These are questions I frequently get from parents. A few years ago, I decided to pose them to Peter Hitchens, a well known journalist, author, and cultural commentator hailing from Oxford, England. He has had much to say about the idea of modern sex education in his...

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Christian sacked for sharing concerns about sex education – case starts today

Sep 21, 2020 by

from Christian Legal Centre: In April 2019, we shared one of the most shocking stories we’ve dealt with at the Christian Legal Centre. Kristie was mercilessly sacked for gross misconduct simply for sharing concerns about mandatory Relationships and Sex Education to her friends on Facebook. Kristie’s story captured the attention of national media and caused outrage to Christians and even many non-Christians across the country. Kristie is so down to earth, so gentle, so normal,...

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Parents seek judicial review over controversial relationships and sex education classes

Sep 16, 2020 by

from Christian Today: Parents from different faith backgrounds have united to commence a judicial review into the new relationships and sex education (RSE) curriculum. The judicial review, launched by the Let Kids Be Kids Coalition (LKBKC), will challenge the Education Secretary’s decision not to allow parents to withdraw their children from relationships lessons. The mandatory curriculum came into effect in all schools across England on 1 September, and will include topics like...

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Schools using Stonewall resources

Sep 14, 2020 by

from Parent Power: In 2016 Stonewall issued a new anti-bullying resource for primary schools, with the express aim of ‘preventing and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying’.    It had already developed a range of resources offered to older children  (https://www.stonewall.org.uk/best-practice-toolkits-and-resources-0 ), but this was something new – an attempt to stop ‘the problems’ before they started. As inducement to use its materials, Stonewall offers schools free training,...

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40% of Parents Don’t Want LGBT Lessons for 6-Year-Olds, Pollsters Say They Must Be ‘Persuaded’

Sep 13, 2020 by

by Virginia Hale, Breitbart: The British public should be “educated” on the benefits of promoting LGBT lessons to young children, pollsters have said, after it emerged that 40 per cent of people disagree with new LGBT teaching policy. Research company Kantar expressed dismay over the figure after a survey showed that while more than nine people in ten (91 per cent) said they were accepting of homosexual and bisexual people, just four in ten (38 per cent) believed that LGBT lifestyles should be...

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