Under the current sex education policy, we have seen the UK claim the prize for the highest number of teenage pregnancies in Europe, STI’s in UK teenagers at epidemic levels (and many of these STIs are incurable) and an alarming increase in child on child sexual assaults.

Rather than dealing with any of these issues, the new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum will promote transgenderism and homosexual lifestyles to your child.

The LGBT message in this new curriculum hijacks and potentially perverts the course of natural child development. For example, children of primary school age are generally friends with members of the same sex. If a young girl “loves” her BFF same-sex friend, the message could be, utterly erroneously, “You are gay”.

Children will be told “You can be a girl or a boy”. This can be very distressing for a child. To accommodate gender dysphoria, which affects only a tiny fraction of one percent of the population, RSE “teaching” will potentially traumatise millions of children.

Children in Infant School will be encouraged to masturbate. First sexual experiences will be encouraged by the age of 12 – which is illegal. No moral framework will be offered for any of this behaviour.

The RSE curriculum is ill-advised, confusing and unhelpful. It will prematurely sexualise children. It is far too much, too young. Such matters should be addressed much later in an individual’s development, when they have the maturity to deal with all the issues involved. Parents, as primary educators, are best positioned to decide when and how these subjects should be approached with their children.


PARENTAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW – The rights of parents are entrenched in law.

In the exercise of any functions which it assumes in relation to education and to teaching, the State shall respect the right of parents to ensure such education and teaching in conformity with their own religious and philosophical convictions.”

Protocol 1 Article 2 European Convention on Human Rights of 1950 incorporated into English Law by Human Rights Act 1998.

RIGHT TO WITHDRAW YOUR CHILD FROM SEX EDUCATION – Exemption from sex education – whatever class or forum it is provided in.

“If the parent of any pupil in attendance at a maintained school requests that he may be wholly or partly excused from receiving sex education at the school, the pupil shall, except so far as such education is comprised in the National Curriculum, be so excused accordingly until the request is withdrawn”.

Section 405 Education Act 1996


Claim and enforce the obligation to consult with parents. Standard school policies on equality and diversity will quote respect for religious faith and this can be asserted and quoted back to the school. Use school complaints procedures.


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