What to do if you child’s school is celebrating LGBT History Month

Feb 2, 2023 by

by Emily Bourne, Christian Concern:

It is widely known that in June every year, many institutions, including schools, celebrate Pride. Around that time, we usually get an increase of calls and emails from concerned parents about Pride themed events that the school seemingly requires children to participate in. We have previously warned about the dangers of Pride in schools and explained what parents can do to pushback.

But in the last few days we have had parents contacting us, not about Pride, but about LGBT+ History month.


LGBT+ History month began in the early 2000s, partly in response the abolition of Section 28, and it has become a month-long annual celebration of LGBT+ rights and related civil rights movements. It is the aspect of ‘celebration’ which is more problematic as, increasingly, some schools are taking the opportunity to go beyond simply teaching historical facts and are actively promoting sexual identities for children across many areas of the curriculum under the guise of diversity and tolerance.

So what can you do as parent if you have concerns about LGBT History month in your child’s school? Below, you can find a round-up of some of our resources to help you to challenge the teaching of LGBT ideology in your child’s school.

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