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Muslim mums protest outside school for 'promoting homosexuality' to their kids

But Parkfield Community School in Saltley defends programme which challenges homophobia in primary schools

ByAshley Preece
14:32, 25 JAN 2019
UPDATED11:35, 27 JAN 2019

A group of angry mums have launched a protest and petition against their school for introducing a curriculum supporting homosexuality.

Andrew Moffat MBE, assistant headteacher at Parkfield Community School in Saltley, has been criticised by parents for piloting No Outsiders - a programme run alongside sex and relationship education (SRE) lessons.

Its ethos promotes LGBT equality and challenges homophobia in primary schools.

Books now being read by pupils at Parkfield Community School include Mommy, Mama and Me and King & King - stories about same-sex relationships and marriages.

But Mr Moffat and the No Outsiders programme have come under fire from some Muslim parents who condemn such teachings, as homosexuality is strictly forbidden in Islam.

Mr Moffat, who is openly gay, and the school have defended the programme, which they said had been fully explained to parents. They added: "No Outsiders allows us to raise awareness of these differences so that children are able to tolerate and accept differences in our society."

But outraged mum Fatima Shah, who has taken her 10-year-old daughter out of the school, told BirminghamLive: "It's inappropriate, totally wrong.

"Children are being told it's OK to be gay yet 98 per cent of children at this school are Muslim. It's a Muslim community.

"I've taken my daughter out and other parents have too. Enough is enough.

"Sex relationship education is being taught without our consent. We've not been informed about what's being taught.

"Mr Moffat is running what's called CHIPS - challenging homophobia in primary schools - and it's totally against Islamic beliefs.

"My child came home and told me am I OK to be a boy? It's confusing children about sexuality.

"I want my child to learn about English, maths and science.

"I'm keeping my daughter away from the school until something is done. I've been paying £20-an-hour tuition at home instead."

And while Ms Shah is against LGBT equality being taught at Parkfield, the 29-year-old insists "gay people should be treated with mutual respect".

Speaking alongside other Muslim parents outside the school gates, the mum-of-three added: "We believe in fundamental British values and believe gay people should be treated with mutual respect and without prejudice or discrimination just like any other human being.

"We respect the Equality Act and believe it can be implemented without the promotion of homosexuality.

"Children have a naive and innocent picture of sexual relationships.

"At this age it is inappropriate to teach them what is a gay or straight relationship.

"The school knew the local community and parents have a different set of family values and morals, and were opposed to an LGBT agenda that says being gay is OK.

"Our community ethos was not respected. We feel betrayed by the school."

Others who spoke to BirminghamLive outside Parkfield Community School included mum-of-two Mariam Ahmed.

The 34-year-old, who has helped organise a petition calling for change, said: "No Outsiders is not for our community. We have a different ethos.

"Mr Moffat is over-promoting LGBT movements.

"I have nothing against him and I fully respect his beliefs but this should be stopped being taught in schools. It's not necessary. It's confusing children.

"My little girl is four, she's in reception and she came home asking me if it's OK to be a boy instead of a girl and has dressed up in her brother's clothes. She's four years old."

Mohammed Sakib, aged 37, who has children aged eight, nine and 10 at Parkfield Community School, added: "I respect all religions but why should sexuality be taught to primary school-aged children? It's out of control.

"[Mr Moffat] seems a friendly and good-natured guy but he needs to respect us as Muslim parents. He needs to listen."

Another mum, who has children aged seven and 11 at Parkfield Community School, added: "Why does my seven-year-old girl need to be taught about same-sex marriages and homosexuality?

"She should be playing, having fun and should be learning about English and maths. This curriculum is putting ideas into their heads."

Another added: "There's no need. This place is different, it's a 90 per cent Muslim school.

"There's books on the curriculum like Mommy, Mama and Me which promotes same-sex marriage and being lesbian. Just why is this needed?"

In 2014, assistant headteacher Mr Moffat resigned from Chilwell Croft Academy in Newtown following a backlash from parents after coming out during a school assembly.

"It seemed like the right time to let the children know that they knew a gay person," he said previously.

"Following my coming out, some parents from different communities complained to the school, but I maintain that my decision was the right one at that time.

"Some Christian and some Muslim parents have told me they don’t want their children learning that it’s OK to be gay."

The school teacher has been at Parkfield Community School for four years. In 2016, the 740-pupil school was deemed outstanding across the board by Ofsted and, a year later, Mr Moffat was awarded an MBE for services to equality and diversity in education.The report said: "This is an inclusive school that celebrates diversity. As a result, pupils demonstrate respect for an individual’s age, disability, gender or gender reassignment, sexuality, race, religion or belief."

In a joint statement outlining concerns by parents, Mr Moffat and Hazel Pulley, CEO of Excelsior Multi Academy Trust, said Parkfield Community School "have no plans to change their curriculum and No Outsiders remains an integral part of the drive for excellence".

In a response to BirminghamLive, the school said: "The No Outsiders programme teaches children that everyone is welcome.

"It was created in 2014 by Andrew Moffat, assistant head at Parkfield Community School, and piloted at the school.

"The aim was to find a way to teach children about the Equality Act 2010, developing an understanding of British values through an inclusive curriculum and school ethos.


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Meanwhile at the local police station...

"Protesting gays is bad"

"Arresting muslims is bad"

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Damn Mac. You are motherfucking gift to this board. Do you know how much more dreary this place would be without your periodic one-liners and meme inserts!? :D

Its like you distill the dankest notions from the dark corners of the Internet for us and douse us with them like unholy water . . .

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Thanks fren.

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Well this is proving to be problematic for the powers that be. Good.

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Four more schools in Birmingham have stopped teaching about LGBT rights following complaints by parents.

Leigh Trust said it was suspending the No Outsiders programme until an agreement with parents was reached.

Earlier this month the city's Parkfield Community School suspended the lessons after protests were held.

Campaigner Amir Ahmed said some Muslims felt "victimised" but an LGBT group leader said No Outsiders helped pupils understand it is OK to be different.

In a letter seen by the BBC, Leigh Trust said it was halting the lessons until after Ramadan in May.

The schools involved are Leigh Primary School, Alston Primary School, Marlborough Junior and Infants School and Wyndcliff Primary School.

Leigh Trust - which is yet to comment publicly - said it wanted to discuss the programme with parents to find "a positive way" of teaching about the Equalities Act.

Some parents at Parkfield, and the other four schools, claim the classes are inappropriate for young children and the schools' LGBT message contradicts Islam.

The No Outsiders project was created and piloted at Parkfield in 2014 by assistant head teacher Andrew Moffat, who was made an MBE for services to equality and diversity in education in 2017.

Ofsted has deemed the lessons as "age-appropriate".

Mr Ahmed, one of the leaders of the Parkfield protests, said he had seen a presentation about the programme that was to be shown to the government as part of the school's Prevent strategy - which is aimed at reducing radicalisation.

"I think that's outrageous," he said.

"It's quite disgusting that the school has presented our children as potential radicals."

A spokesperson for Parkfield Community School said: "The powerpoint was written four years ago in line with Prevent duty at that time.

"No Outsiders is all about tolerance, accepting difference and respect, which are all key aspects of community cohesion and our fundamental British values."

Mr Ahmed said his community was "respectful and tolerant" of British values but now felt victimised.

He claimed parents who had protested were "effectively seen as homophobes in the wider community".

"Fundamentally the issue we have with No Outsiders is that it is changing our children's moral position on family values on sexuality and we are a traditional community.

"Morally we do not accept homosexuality as a valid sexual relationship to have. It's not about being homophobic... that's like saying, if you don't believe in Islam, you're Islamophobic."

But Khakan Qureshi, a gay Muslim activist who runs Birmingham South Asian LGBT and was invited to visit Parkfield School last week, said he supported the need for the lessons.

"Myself and many others knew from a young age that we were different and we wish we had this sort of education," he said.

He feels the Muslim community as a whole is not homophobic, but believes a minority within the protesters are "agitating".

"The attitudes of the protesters towards the No Outsiders programme is completely homophobic," he said.

"No matter how they package it, it still comes across as homophobic."

He said given the existing legislation to stop discrimination, "I don't understand why certain communities here in the UK are not adhering to those laws".

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Yeah "Its okay to be different . . ." unless you're a kaffir! In which case you got two options: (a) convert and grovel or (b)

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Wonder if the left will wake up one day about their allies.

Can’t see it happening until it’s too late. When Muslims no longer enjoy oppressed minority status.

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Meanwhile at the local police station...

"Protesting gays is bad"

"Arresting muslims is bad"

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:lol: Hory crap! That-ah what-ah psychorogists carr cognitive dissonance

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This guy is seriously delusional. If he moves back to a "muslim-majority country" (AKA shithole) he should be sure there are no two story buildings or higher....and no medium to small rocks either.

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But Khakan Qureshi, a gay Muslim activist who runs Birmingham South Asian LGBT and was invited to visit Parkfield School last week, said he supported the need for the lessons.

"Myself and many others knew from a young age that we were different and we wish we had this sort of education," he said.

He feels the Muslim community as a whole is not homophobic, but believes a minority within the protesters are "agitating".


It's in the fucking Quran you dumbass.

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