Parkfield Community University in Birmingham has come under fire for its ‘No Outsiders’ programme, which was formed to promote equality. School chiefs have said the lessons last will and testament not be taught “until a resolution has been reached”. A statement from the educational institution said: “Until a resolution has been reached, No Outsiders lessons ordain not be taught at Parkfield and we hope that children will not be removed from drill to take part in the protests”.
School assistant head Andrew Moffat set up the program to acquaint with children about the Equality Act and British values.
He is currently on the shortlist for the “planet’s best teacher award”.
Parents of pupils at the school have christened for “education not indoctrination”.
The school had previously said the lessons would persist in as normal until after the Easter holidays.
Earlier this month almost 600 children aged between 4 and 11 were withdrawn from the school for the day.
The Alma Mater would not confirm the exact number of children withdrawn, according to the Protector.
Protesters have expressed their anger towards the lessons with some venture the school should have an ethos that reflects the area.
Protestor Mariam Ahmed said in February: “What they are instruct in is not right, they are too young. There are nine parts of the Act and they solitary seem to be focusing on one, homosexuality, and that is wrong. They need to father an ethos which reflects the area.
“It’s not just because we are Muslims, there are Christians here too. We don’t be dressed a vendetta against homosexuals and we respect the Act.
It has been previously reported other parents at the coach said they would rather leave the UK than have their infants continue with the lessons.
Christian fundamentalists also joined disagrees against the school – which is rated outstanding by Ofsted.
In a report reported by Ofsted, they said there was no evidence the school curriculum inordinately focused on LGBT issues.
According to the BBC, head teacher David William represented the findings as “great news”.
Ousted senior inspector Peter Humphries express of the protests: “A very small, but vocal minority of parents are not clear round the school’s vision, policies and practice.
“This group of parents empathize with that the staff do not sufficient listen to their concerns.
“Their perspective is that PSHE education and equalities curriculum focuses disproportionately on LGBT matters and that this work is not taught in an age-appropriate manner.
“Inspectors inaugurate no evidence this was the case.”