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Is religious proselytising on the rise in UK schools? - Comments

C.Wood's Avatar Comment 1 by C.Wood

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Wed, 18 Jul 2012 15:09:23 UTC | #949497

maria melo's Avatar Comment 2 by maria melo

I have been asking my kid if someone tryed to indoctrineated her at school with an optional discipline in the curriculum that even doesn´t count in evaluation, and the answer was no. I was just making sure if it still the same as in my own school time. The only way you could get your children indoctrined is if parents choose to do so, but I think the real educational agenda is the same in all schools and the rest is a "special" paid service that some parents may think it´s an adavntage for their children as far as a school with a swimming pool and a nice carpet may seem an advantage for some parents. I kind feel some sort of repect because even teaching in public schools, teachers that come from the religious community do not try "force" children in favour of "religion. Can parents pursue a case against this kind of indoctrination in court ?

Fri, 20 Jul 2012 12:24:52 UTC | #949626

Graxan's Avatar Comment 3 by Graxan

Well...I can't believe there are no other families affected by this behavior in schools, I guess I will resign this to being a failed topic.

Thu, 26 Jul 2012 09:37:53 UTC | #950096