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"No Outsiders for a Faith Community" ?

"No Outsiders for a Faith Community" ?

A suspended equality programme at the centre of a row about teaching LGBT rights will return at a school.

The No Outsiders programme at Parkfield Community School sparked protests, which spread to Anderton Park Primary School, with parents claiming the teachings were not "age appropriate".

The Birmingham-based school said the new version of the programme had been designed to respect parental concerns.

But a parent group has said it feels it is still "biased" towards LGBT issues.

The amended scheme, called 'No Outsiders for a Faith Community', will be implemented at Parkfield Community School in Alum Rock in September.

    

The school said the re-launch followed five months of consultation with parents, community representatives and the Department for Education.

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