Reading Writing and Arithmetic (but wait there’s more)

If you thought the primary school education system’s purpose was to teach your children the three r’s, reading, writing and arithmetic think again. In Britain, gender propaganda has become a significant part of the curriculum.

More than 100 schools in Britain have signed up to an LGBT “best practice” programme under which separate boys’ and girls’ uniforms are ditched, and material promoting gay and transgender lifestyles is spread across all parts of the curriculum.

… 120 schools have signed up…

The charity works in partnership for 12 months with schools signed up to its best practice programme, helping institutions implement a “5 point plan”. The programme includes “reviewing policies; developing an LGBT+Inclusive curriculum, with lessons plans, assemblies, book collections; … [and] increasing visibility in the school environment.”

Educate & Celebrate’s blog boasts that staff attended the ‘Women’s March’ against Donald Trump in January, attacking the U.S. president for having “failed to appoint a new LGBT envoy…

…A geography lesson plan for Key Stage 1 pupils (aged between five and seven) has children read And Tango Makes Three, a book which concerns two male penguins at a zoo who ‘adopt’ a baby penguin.

The lesson plan tells teachers to “discuss the story”, asking pupils: “Did [the baby penguin] have all of his needs met?  Who did this?  Did it matter that they were both male? Why?”

Educate & Celebrate say the sample geography lesson, entitled “Penguin Habitats” will encourage children to “challenge ‘typical’ behaviours and gender stereotyping” and “actively confront prejudice”.

Teaching resources on the charity’s website show Educate & Celebrate advocate promoting LGBT lifestyles in every part of the curriculum.

Plans for maths lessons aimed at teaching pupils aged 11 to 14 about averages, and calculating one number as a percentage of another, will use the number of attendees at gay pride festivals around the world as the basis for practice questions.

Another of the programme’s five points dictates that schools “increase visibility” of sexual minorities, with “displays in key areas, and a reception greeting” which makes every constituency of LGBT youth “feel represented”.

…Breitbart London reported Monday that one of Britain’s top private schools plans to bring in ‘gender-neutral’ uniforms and unisex toilets, whilst teachers drop gender-specificic terms like ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ from their vocabulary

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