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  • News, information and action for parents, grandparents and other concerned citizens. Read the latest bulletin here. Please see below for past issues.
  • In September 2020 Relationships Education in primary schools and Relationships and Sex Education in secondary schools will become compulsory subjects in all schools in England. From that date parents will not be allowed to withdraw their children from these lessons. Watch our video.
  • A new booklet titled ‘Abortion and Abortion Care Factsheet’ targeted at secondary schools in England is presenting some inaccurate and misleading information about abortion. Please sign the petition.

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About SPUC Safe at School

Safe at School is a campaign run by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC). SPUC is committed to protecting families and defending the rights of parents to be the primary educators of their children in matters relating to personal relationships, marriage, family life and the dignity of human life. We defend the family because unborn children are statistically safer from abortion when their mother and father are married. Pro-life values are nurtured first and foremost in the family.

Safe at School gives confidential advice and support to parents who are facing a difficult or challenging situation at their child’s school. Please call Antonia Tully on 020 8407 3463.

The role of parents

Safe at School believes that parents are the best people to talk to their own children about the intimate details of sex. We continue to campaign against the use of explicit and provocative materials used to teach children about sex. Graphic sex lessons at school can sexualise children.

Schools have a role in supporting and encouraging parents in teaching children about relationships and sexual matters. However, compulsory Relationships Education (primary schools) and Relationships and Sex Education (secondary schools) undermines families by putting them in second place to the school.

Introducing same sex relationships to young children at school can cause confusion in a child and undermines parents who want their children to understand that marriage is between one man and one woman for life.

Please contact Antonia Tully on:
Phone: 020 8407 3463

If you would like to be more directly involved in this campaign, particularly if you are a teacher, parent or governor, please get in touch with us via this form.

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