Anti-homophobia classes sparked row at Muslim Trojan Horse Plot school, union says

A confrontation between parents and the head of one of the so-called Trojan Horse schools was over the introduction of an anti-homophobia programme, a teaching union has claimed.

Jamie Barry, from Welford Primary School in Birmingham, was confronted by about 15 parents last Friday.

Rob Kelsall, from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), is calling for a “thorough investigation”.

The council said parents could not “pick and choose” the curriculum.

h/t TB