The School Gate Campaign


The School Gate Campaign has been informing people about the issues to do with the new Relationships and Sex Education teaching (RSE) that will be mandatory for all schools in England from September this year.

Our leaflets and website provide an introduction to some of the potential issues with this curriculum, together with information about parental rights and organisations that parents, carers and other concerned individuals can contact to get help and support regarding RSE.


In light of changes to do with the Coronavirus, public leafletting for the School Gate Campaign is suspended for the time being. Instead, the campaign has moved online to provide more information to parents about their legal rights and other issues regarding RSE. This way we will be even better prepared when schools resume.


You may be aware of the protests outside school that occurred last year in Birmingham. These were about the controversial primary school programme No Outsiders that has already been delivered in many schools.

Here is a video analysis of some of the lesson plans in the programme.

Please pass this video link on to anyone you know who is concerned about this subject. *

A more comprehensive coverage of parental rights is planned for the future, but please note parents have a right to receive education for their children that is in accordance with their own philosophical and religious convictions (Human Rights Act 1998).

Please let others know about what we are doing. If you have any comments or queries, please contact us at

Thank you for your support.

Susan Mason

School Gate Campaign

* No Outsiders is marketed as an Equalities Act programme (none of which is required to be taught in schools). The Equalities Act, written to address discrimination in the workplace, has nine protected characteristics. One analysis of the No Outsiders programme observed that it focussed effectively zero % on age, zero % on pregnancy, zero % on race and zero % on religion. No discrimination there, then.

Catherine Blaiklock: Wild Animals Are Enjoying COVID-19

Wild animals are enjoying Covid. In Nara, Japan, deer are wandering around ‘lock-down’ subways stations. In Panama, raccoons are frolicking on deserted beaches and closer to home, a little train of mountain goats was spotted wandering past a solicitors office in Llandudno High Street. Less people and nature returns quickly and with a vengeance.

There is another advantage to Covid – borders are closed and immigration has stopped for the first time in two decades. There are the odd few dinghies arriving on our shores but 73 people do not compare with the thousands who normally arrive illegally in Britain each month in boats, lorries and planes.  Additionally, another thirty to forty thousand will not have arrived through legal means.  In a single month, four new towns will not be needed and thousands of acres of prime farmland will have been saved from the bulldozer and the cement mixer.

Covid has highlighted a lot of things – that planes spread disease and are viral deathtraps, that the constant movement of people enables what could be localised diseases to become deadly pandemics in a matter of weeks and that globalised manufacturing is dangerous to the security of our country.  It has shown how easy it is for an advanced country like Britain to completely run out of such a simple product as paracetamol.  France’s National Pharmaceutical Academy estimates the EU imports 80% of its “active pharmaceutical ingredients,” mostly from China and India.  Reuters reported on 4th March that Europe is ‘panicked’ over India’s pharmaceutical exports ban. So they should be. Forget complex cancer drugs, we could end up in a situation where we cannot even get basic antibiotics and generic painkillers normally sold as international generics for a few pence.

Will British civil servants and politicians wake up after Covid or will they carry on with their petty ‘hate Trump’ and ‘wish Boris dead’ politics? Will David Lammy realise that it is not some sort of white male conspiracy but basic supply chains that put him and his own family at enormous risk?

Will people realise that we will need less people, not more after Covid?  Far from needing to import millions of people, we will have millions of our own people unemployed.  Covid has shown we will need less General Practitioners, not more: virtual surgeries and consultations will become the norm. They are cheaper to run, save time and staff and will be increasingly popular with patients.  John Lewis has service staff working from their own living rooms – maybe they will continue:  less offices means fewer buildings, cleaners and road-clogging journeys. People will realise that they need less services, less goods and that they must save money for the next crisis.

Covid has shown to many what really matters – one’s own family, community and country. The outrage over the European Union planning to send  Euro 20 billion out of a total Covid relief fund of Euro 37 billion to Africa and the Middle East rather than helping stricken Italy is rightly palpable.  The European Union does not have a clue and deserves to die as does the corrupt World Health Organisation, run by an Ethiopian who is the first head not to have a medical background and appears to be in China’s pocket.

Let’s also hope that people will understand that we do not need to import hundreds of thousands of people in a time of crisis and we must look after our own first. The old adage, ‘charity begins at home’ has never been more true.

This Blog Is For YOU

It’s unforeseen and extraordinary. Since the successful launch of Hearts of Oak just a month ago, life for everyone has suddenly changed beyond recognition. Covid-19 has given the government reason – or excuse – to bring in draconian regulations that control citizens’ lives in a way never seen before in our lifetimes.

In particular the lockdown has dramatically impacted an essential democratic liberty, the freedom of association and right to meet together. This has been only partially offset by the equally dramatic rise in social networking, online get-togethers and conference-calling.

So far, however, Covid has not itself adversely impacted another democratic liberty, our right to freedom of speech.

But this, of course, was already under massive attack as the politically-correct left-liberal and woke mental illness at the centre of our public life and culture – step forward especially the taxpayer-funded state-broadcaster, the BBC – contaminated, infected and diseased wider society.

Who can doubt, for instance, that the political correctness of local authorities and police was a direct contributor to the most horrendous social crime for 200 years, the industrial-scale rape of tens of thousands of under-age white girls by predominantly Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs?

Hearts of Oak was set up to defend and promote freedom of speech in the face of this attack, and our mission is just as essential now during the coronavirus crisis and crackdown as before.

We want to say the unsayable, mention the unmentionable and force discussion about the forbidden and politically-incorrect issues that are important to normal real people outside the privileged protected circles of the elite.

We made a good start at the launch when Tommy Robinson condemned LGBT propaganda and gender confusion amongst under-age children in primary schools, and Catherine Blaiklock tackled the cultural destruction caused by open-doors mass immigration.

This blog is a platform for Hearts of Oak supporters to pour out their own hearts on these matters in a public forum. If you have some issue burning inside you or a subject over which you feel silenced, write it down in 600 words or less and email it to:

Just one word of warning: Hearts of Oak is patriotic, populist and anti-establishment but it is never racist. Ethno-nationalists, Anti-Semites and Muslimophobes will find their articles thrown in the bin.