Protect Parents' Rights
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Download SPUC's briefing to help you take action here.
In September 2020 three new compulsory subjects come into force in schools in England:
- Relationships Education (RE) in all primary schools.
- Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in all secondary schools.
- Health Education in all schools.
Parents will not be allowed to withdraw their children from Relationships Education or Health Education.
Relationships Education is about a child's social and moral development. This part of a child's education should take place primarily in the family, and not in the classroom. These new subjects mean that teachers will decide what children should learn about marriage, family and personal relationships. Parents will be put in second place in handing on these important values to their children.
WATCH: Antonia Tully explains the upcoming changes to the curriculum in 2020:
You can read more about this in the 'Safe at School bulletin' here.
This is a campaign for parents, grandparents and all concerned citizens.
Please use the form below to order postcards and more copies of the bulletin.
SPUC Safe at School has also prepared a briefing to help you take action.
Please use this important opportunity to make a stand to protect our children, as well as the right of parents to raise them in the way they know is best. If you need any further information or assistance contact Safe at School on 020 7820 3141 or email email@example.com