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Students Return to Eat on Campus Following a High School’s Decision to Get Rid of Michelle Obama’s Lunch Program

A high school in Montana decided not to accept $117,000 in federal money from the National School Lunch Program spearheaded by First Lady Michelle Obama, and now the school’s students feel more compelled to buy lunch on campus.

The National School Lunch Program is a federally assisted meal program that serves nutritionally balanced lunches to over 100,000 public and non-profit private schools across the nation. However, Bozeman High School decided to cut the program to lure students to stay on campus for lunch. The students were eating off campus and were therefore not utilizing the benefits of the program.

“Our traffic is way up,” Bob Burrows, Bozeman High School food service director, told the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. “[We serve] over 1,000 [customers a day] regularly. That wasn’t the case [last year].” In 2014, the high school reportedly had a population of 1,973 students.

Last year, the Bozeman school district earned $37,000 in lunch sales. This year, the school district has profited over $54,000 in sales from “extra food,” which are items that the federal government does not consider to be part of a complete meal. This includes cookies and sandwiches.

Bozeman High School allows students to eat off campus. Because students were upset that cookies, Gatorade, Rice Krispies Treats, brownies, and ice cream sandwiches were not as readily available after the switch to the National School Lunch Program, most of them opted to buy lunch at neighboring fast food restaurants.

Now that the program has been removed, school lunch options include chili nachos with low-fat cheddar and multigrain tortilla chips, and ham and pineapple pizza. Bozeman High School is implementing its own set of nutritional guidelines, too. Rather than following the National School Lunch Program’s requirement to serve meals between 725 and 850 calories, their goal is a minimum of 825 calories.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


  • EXCLUSIVE: Five parents raised concerns about content faced by young pupils
  • Also fears children are being taught as fact disputed ideas about identity politics
  • Comes amid row over 'Woke' direction head Simon Henderson is pushing school
  • Are you an Eton parent? Contact [email protected]

Published: 16:48 BST, 7 December 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 7 December 2020

Eton parents today revealed how pupils as young as 13 had been given a 'creative workshop' on pornography while a child was left asking 'Is it ok to be a boy and like rugby?' after a session on 'toxic masculinity'.

One parent said children were being indoctrinated by a 'partisan, political' Woke agenda, which involves contested ideas about gender and race being presented as fact with any opposing view silenced for being politically incorrect.

The mother, who spoke to MailOnline on condition of anonymity, said teachers and fellow parents were 'really worried' about the impact of the approach on younger pupils' wellbeing but would not speak out in public for fear of the consequences.

English teacher Will Knowland was recently dismissed for refusing to remove a video published on his personal YouTube channel that denounced 'radical feminist orthodoxy' – which was intended for the £42,500-a-year school's older pupils.

The move provoked a free speech row, with headmaster Simon Henderson accused of pushing the school in a 'Woke direction', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'.

Mr Knowland has appealed the move and a disciplinary panel will consider his fate tomorrow - although the decision is not expected to be revealed until later this week. Eton insists his sacking was a matter of internal discipline.

This poster advertised a 'pornography workshop' at Eton College for children as young as 13. E and F blocks are the equivalent of years nine and ten in state schools

Headmaster Simon Henderson has been accused of pushing a 'Woke agenda', and of presiding over a 'progressive' atmosphere akin to 'religious fundamentalism'

Today, five Eton parents spoke of their concerns that impressionable younger pupils were being exposed to inappropriate content and taught contested ideas about gender in a 'one-sided' manner.

A 'creative workshop' run by the Eton 'Femsoc' [feminism society] entitled 'Sex Positivity, Feminism and Pornography' was targeted at boys in years nine and ten - meaning some would have been as young as 13.

The session was run by a group called the School of Sexuality Education. It shares a list of 'guiding principles' on its website, which an eminent sociologist today compared to a manifesto for Left-wing identity politics.

One mother, who has a son and several other relatives at the school and asked to stay anonymous to protect them, said: 'Parents are really concerned about the pushing of age-inappropriate sexual content to children below the age of consent.


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