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12:10  12 september  2019
12:10  12 september  2019 Source:   pinknews.co.uk

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primary school in Birmingham over LGBT equality lessons have resumed protests after the school announced it would be relaunching equality teaching in said: “We ask you to provide absolute clarity in regard to relationships education in primary schools, which must be inclusive of all protected

Parkfield community school in Saltley, Birmingham , has been the scene of weekly protests over the lessons Andrew Moffat, who was awarded an MBE for his work in equality education , said he was At one protest they held signs that read “say no to promoting of homosexuality and LGBT ways of life

Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham © Provided by PinkNews Media Group Protesters outside Parkfield Community School on March 21, 2019 in Birmingham (Christopher Furlong/Getty)

Protesters against LGBT-inclusive education in Birmingham have said they will start demonstrating again this Friday.

According to BirminghamLive, organiser Shakeel Afsar said they were restarting the protests on September 13 in response to  a tweet by Anderton Park School headteacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson thanking another school for giving her a box of LGBT-inclusive children’s books.

Afsar said: “We were intending not to resume the protests but the head teacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson recently tweeted an image of more LGBT books she had got for the school.

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Protests over lessons on same-sex relationships continued into their ninth day at a Birmingham primary school just hours after MPs voted in favour of a compulsory LGBT + inclusive curriculum in schools. Megaphone-wielding demonstrators at Anderton Park Primary School want classes teaching

Protests by Muslims against teaching about gay relationships at their children’s primary came to a The teaching of LGBT relationships in primary schools has led to weeks of protest in Birmingham . Last month, the government passed legislation to make relationships education compulsory in

“I was inundated with calls from angry parents who saw this as provocative, so we will be back again on Friday.”

According to BirminghamLive, Hewitt-Clarkson said over the summer: “I want the Department of Education and the prime minister to tell the British public who is in charge.

“Is it the British law, and the British government and the British prime minister, or is it a group of people stood outside a primary school saying you can’t tell my kid it’s alright to be gay. Who is it?”

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Protests opposing LGBT - inclusive education are set to spread nationwide from September, as activists step up their efforts to stop schools teaching about homosexuality. Schools in Birmingham have faced months of targeted protests from a group of religious campaigners who oppose children

School in Birmingham where protests are being held against the 'No Outsiders' programme which teaches children about LGBT rights. Anderton Park Primary on Wednesday calling on headteacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson to resign and for the LGBT + inclusive education to be suspended.

In June, a judge granted an injunction to ban the Birmingham protests from a temporary exclusion zone surrounding the school. A trial to decide whether the exclusion zone should be made permanent will begin on October 14.

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Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham
Protests over LGBT-inclusive education to start again in Birmingham

This week, GoFundMe took down a page set up by Afsar to raise money for their defence. The renewed protests on Friday will take place on the edge of the exclusion zone.

Afsar posted on Twitter this week: “Even if we win the case or lose the case we will continue to protest until it’s SHC (Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson) and her vice head sitting alone holding hands.”

From September 2020, inclusive relationships and sex education will be statutory.

Every primary school child will learn about different types of families, including those with same-sex parents, while secondary school students will learn about sexual orientation and gender identity.

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