Due to become mandatary from September 2020, and for those who haven't seen or been aware there have been protests (predominantly in Birmingham from the Muslim community) about the teaching of same-sex relationships to primary children. This is a good overview of the issue. Whilst it will still be legal to remove the child from sex education, parents won't have the right to remove their child from the Relationship element of the curriculum. https://assets.publishing.service.g..._Sex_Education__RSE__and_Health_Education.pdf What are people's thoughts on this? Particularly interested to hear the views of any Muslim posters amongst us. Personally I think the Government and DfE have been far too slow and and not affirmative in their response. This should have been nipped in the bud a long time ago and protesters told in no uncertain terms that their protests are nothing more than homophobic. The idea that teaching young children that same-sex relationships exist is somehow immoral is absurd.