Crushed – the primary school pupils who dared to question LGBT agenda

Jul 26, 2019 by

by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman:

‘Can teachers be trusted to teach about sex and relationships?’ asked Joe Baron in the Spectator recently. Not if Heavers Farm Primary School in Croydon is any indication.

Last year it gained national media attention when Izzy Montague’s five-year-old son was forced to take part in an LGBT Pride parade. Izzy complained, as did other parents, but they were ‘ignored and silenced’, the Christian Legal Centre reports. Izzy’s son was then ‘bullied by members of staff’, leaving her with little choice but to move him to a different school.

Well, it seems the school has been at it again. The headteacher, Susan Papas, has excluded ten-year-old Kaysey Francis-Austin and her friend Farrell Spence for five days. Their crime? Daring to criticise the LGBT material they were being bombarded with in class during ‘Pride month’ in June. 

‘Bombarded’ sound like over-statement? Then consider this. They were required to do rainbow colouring in art lessons, LGBT-themed maths lessons with problem-solving about gay relationships, and, in English, to write to MPs to say that people should be encouraged to ‘come out’.

They have also been required to watch or listen to a number of children’s stories which promote same-sex relationships and transgenderism, such as ‘Tango Makes Three’.

As well as excluding the pupils (a punishment usually reserved for those who assault a teacher), Ms Papas contacted the police, social services, the government’s counter-terrorism body, and reported the church that one of the children’s families attends for a ‘hate crime’.

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