Two ten-year-old black kids say they were suspended from school after asking to be excused from mandatory indoctrination of the radical gay agenda.
The two Christian students in South London say they were suspended after they asked their Heavers Farm Primary School headteacher if they could skip the LGBT topics during “Gay Pride Month.”
Headteacher Susan Papas reportedly told the kids their opposition to the forced gay indoctrination made them “a disappointment to the school,” according to Christian Concern.
After class, the form teacher is said to have accused Farrell of using “homophobic language” for allegedly saying, “LGBT sucks and LGBT’s dumb,” which the child denies.
The children were born in Africa and had immigrated with their parents to England.
Ultimately, the students, Farrell Spence, and Kaysey Francis, were punished with five hours of detention and were then suspended for a week.
School teacher Alex Smith also accused Farrell of saying “LGBT sucks and LGBT’s dumb,” but the student denies using such “homophobic language.”
Smith also accused the kids of wanting gays “to die.”
Headteacher Papas joined in on the false accusation telling the kids, “How dare you say that you want to kill LGBT people.”
None of the kids in the school attest to the teacher’s version of events.
Watch a 10-year-old child’s view of the damaging impact of the LGBT agenda in schools. Kaysey was manipulated, bullied & unlawfully excluded by her headteacher for alleged anti-LGBT comments. Kaysey categorically denies the allegations and she is backed by children in her class. pic.twitter.com/8GPCZwumyn
— Christian Concern (@CConcern) July 1, 2019
The parents are also taking their case to higher authorities:
Parents of both children have complained to the Principal Officer—Exclusions Prevention of the local authority citing paragraph 13 of the statutory Exclusions Guidance (2017): “It is unlawful to exclude for a non-disciplinary reason.”
The section also states that “it would be unlawful to exclude a pupil” for failing “to meet specific conditions before they are reinstated, such as to attend a reintegration meeting,” which the school is insisting on in the case of the two children.
The parents of the two punished black students are not alone.
Fourteen parents complained that Papas was “forcing a very aggressive LGBT agenda on to young children in a manner which abuses parental rights and victimizes parents.”
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