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Message par MichelT le Mer 9 Mar 2016 - 21:42

Grande-Bretagne: Une sortie multiculturelle a la mosquée pour les enfants de 8 ans. Ceux qui refusent menacés d`avoir une note permanente a leurs dossiers comme « racistes». Cependant l`école a reculé après des plaintes et l`intervention du conseil.



Children of 8 are 'racist' if they miss Islam trip: School's threatening letter to parents is met with outrage

Headmistress Lynn Small wrote to parents about multicultural school trip
Children will attend 'Explore Islam' workshop at Staffordshire University
'Racial Discrimination' would appear on permanent record if they didn't go

Parents at Littleton Green Community School in Huntington complained
Staffordshire County Council stepped in and head had to apologise

Parents were ordered to send their children to a workshop on Islam or have them labelled as racist for the rest of their school career.
They were sent a letter warning that the primary school pupils would have a ‘racial discrimination note’ put on their records if they did not go.
Families were told to pay £5 per child for the Explore Islam trip next Wednesday to Staffordshire University, which would involve Year 4 and Year 6 children being shown Islamic artefacts.
All absences on this day will be investigated for their credibility and will only be sanctioned with a GP sick note.’


Yesterday parents at Littleton Green Community School in Huntington, Staffordshire, said the threat to the pupils aged between eight and 11 was ‘ludicrous’. Gillian Claridge, 55, said: ‘How dare they threaten to brand the children racist at such a young age? It’s going to make them feel like little criminals.
The very nature of religion is all about choice. On this occasion they were not being given any choice at all. It was a draconian move and it’s left a lot of parents fuming.’
Stacy Waldron, 26, whose eight-year-old daughter is a pupil, said: ‘I feel my child will be [seen as] racist if I don’t allow her to go. This is my choice, not hers, and she shouldn’t have to pay for it.’South Staffordshire MP Gavin Williamson described the threat as ‘bonkers’ and ‘a very heavy-handed approach’.
He added: ‘The idea of attaching a “racial discrimination note” to children’s education records saying it will remain on their file for the duration for their school career seems unfair, particularly when it is not the child’s decision whether or not he or she attends.’
According to the letter sent last Wednesday, the visit is part of the National Curriculum for religious education and also reflects ‘the multi-cultural community in which we live’.
It went on: ‘It is a statutory requirement for primary school children to experience and learn about different cultures.
'The workshop will give your child the opportunity to explore other religions.
Children will be looking at religious artefacts similar to those that would be on display in a museum. They will not be partaking in any religious practices.
If you would like to discuss this further, please contact our RE co-ordinator, Mrs Edmonds.’
However, the school backtracked just one day later after council officers intervened.



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