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Saturday, 4 October 2014

ENGLISH SCHOOL BANS ENGLISH SPEAKING CHILDREN FROM SCHOOL TRIP

A number of primary school children at St Mary’s C of E Primary School in Kidderminster, Worcs, have been banned from going on a school trip – because they speak English!

While non-English speaking children were whisked off to a petting farm in Bridgnorth, Shropshire – at taxpayers expense – English speaking children were forced to stay in lessons at the school.

Parents reacted furiously, saying that their children had been discriminated against.

An un-named parent, livid with rage, said
“I bring my kids up not to be racist but the school has singled them out.”
Many parents are believed to have contacted Ofsted as they believe the school has breached the Equality Act 2010 and discriminated against pupils.

There is modern England – don’t speak English and you will get rewarded with a day out on a petting farm.

Speak English? Nothing for you.

If that isn’t discrimination then heaven alone knows what is.


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