[17 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 71 views]
Are those porn stars enjoying their jobs? The sex questions children aged 11 will be asked in government-backed lessons

By Sarah Harris for the Daily Mail
Youngsters could be quizzed about adult films to teach about consent
Lesson for 11-16 year-olds will also cover ‘rape myths and victim blaming’
But critics warn classes could encourage children to watch adult films
Children as young as 11 will be encouraged to critique the performance of porn stars under government-backed lessons. Youngsters could be quizzed about adult films by teachers in a bid to teach them about the issue of consent. Staff are told to be prepared that pupils may argue that ‘taking part is just …

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[10 Jun 2014 | No Comment | 4,901 views]
Gove strikes a blow for British values

Daily Mail
10 June 2014
This was the day the Cabinet spat over hostile media briefings paled into insignificance, as the true nature and scale of the Birmingham ‘Trojan Horse’ scandal emerged in horrifying detail.
What has this country come to, when children at supposedly secular British state schools are indoctrinated into a ‘narrow, faith-based ideology’ inspired by an extremist interpretation of Islam?
How have we reached a point where non-Muslim pupils can be excluded from publicly-funded school trips to Saudi Arabia… or where taxpayers’ money is hijacked to set up an Islamist …


[16 Apr 2014 | No Comment | 4,780 views]
Crisis in Primary Places

One in seven children fail to win admission to their first choice school .Tens of thousands of children have missed out on their first-choice school this year…

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[23 Feb 2014 | No Comment | 16,801 views]
Surge in admissions lotteries threatens children’s right to place at local school

Parentsoutloud say this was ever thus it nothing new look back on this site and you can read posts on school place lotteries some years ago…