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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


  • March 19th, 2019
    With Parliament recently approving the government’s new guidelines on Relationships and Sex Education – which will come into force from 2020 – the Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska explains why the State has an obligation to provide education "to support the promotion of values which are in harmony with and respect the rights of families with faith backgrounds."
  • February 27th, 2019
    Over 100 people attended a rally outside Parliament on 25 February after a petition with over 109,000 signatures forced a debate in the House of Commons about proposals to revise relationships and sex education in schools. Despite the protests, the Education Secretary announced that the final education guidelines on what will be taught in statutory relationships, sex and health lessons will come into force from September 2020.
  • February 25th, 2019
    A vast amount of the work that the Christian Legal Centre does never makes it into the press. But here, Roger Kiska highlights one of the cases that go under the radar that, thanks to your generosity, Christian Concern is able to take on and support.
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