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Anyone who is a parent of a school pupil should take their child out of school damned fast. You have the statutory right to do this. Send a letter to the head advising him to that effect. You don’t have to give any notice either. (Cite section 8(1)(d) of the Pupil Registration Regulations (England) 2006.)
The forcible mass vaccination of school pupils may be just around the corner. Resist it!
One of the things the army is doing in schools in Liverpool is “Covid-testing” school pupils. School teachers are jumping for joy at the thought of needles being stuck into children without their parents’ consent (even though in one case they got caught out boasting that they would do this, because in actual fact it is still, at the time of writing, illegal to Covid-test children without parental consent).
Schoolteachers have also been complaining that when children are “taught” (indoctrinated) by “online” methods, their wicked parents may look over their shoulders to see what they are being told. Such parents are denounced as “helicopter parents”, and the fear has been expressed that parents may not like the rubbish and loony lies that are being told to their children about “gender” (e.g. that being male or female is a choice).
If you haven’t yet considered home education, NOW may well be your time to jump, given that they are not only indoctrinating pupils with the idea that being a boy or a girl is a “choice” but they also seem to be limbering up to vaccinate them forcibly.
Another thing that’s happening is proper exams are getting chucked out of the window. Many school teachers have wanted for decades to have the right to mark GCSE and A Level papers. They HATE it so much when a working class pupil with an “attitude” “slips through the net” and gets sufficient support at home to be able to achieve a higher grade than the filthy “teachers” want them to achieve. This is the sin of sins as far as some schoolteachers are concerned.