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A child’s education is formational for life. Whether it takes place in a school or a home environment, it has tremendous power for good or evil, in shaping the character and values of young people. As pressures increase from LGBT campaigners and secularists, it is increasingly important that Christians are active in shaping educational policy and discipling young people. At Christian Concern we believe that ultimate responsibility for educating children lies with the parents, not the state. We campaign for parental freedoms and education that reflects Biblical values.

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

Articles

  • February 15th, 2019
    On 25th February, parliament will debate giving parents an opt-out for Relationships and Sex Education in schools. Christian Concern is planning a gathering outside parliament at 4pm, so make sure to sign up to our email list to receive more details (christianconcern.com/signup). In our briefing note, we explain why parents' religious freedom needs to be protected by having an opt-out.
  • January 9th, 2019
    "The funny thing about equality law is that the one thing it certainly does not do is promote equality." Now, the 'moral' influence of the LBGT lobby is set to extend over Christian faith schools, promoting the 'more equal' LGBT lifestyles that are considered sinful - all in the name of tolerance and equality. Roger Kiska discusses the effects this could have on faith schools and urges you to act now and make your voice heard.
  • January 7th, 2019
    In the return to school after the Christmas holidays, 1 in every 10 children across the UK will fall victim to bullying on a daily basis. In light of this, Christian Concern has launched a new booklet: Dealing with bullying in schools, which addresses some practical questions whilst also providing a basic biblical framework for dealing with bullying.
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