For weeks protesters have been marching in front of Parkfield Community School in Birmingham, Central England.
Parents are demanding the school stop teaching children about the existence of same-sex relationships and gay rights.
The lessons are part of a broader curriculum promoting equality and diversity called “No Outsiders In Our Schools.”
It is not compulsory but schools that adopted it teach pupils ages 4 to 11 about different races, religions, gender identity and sexual orientation.
Parents pulled nearly 600 children from class for a day at the school, where nearly all students are Muslim.
Backlash against the curriculum spread, leading Parkville and four other schools in the city to suspend teaching it.
For now protests are suspended too.
Parents are negotiating with the school to try to find a solution.