A Christian school assistant has told a tribunal she was "shocked" to be sacked for posting her concerns on Facebook about LGBT relationship lessons.
Kristie Higgs, 44, was dismissed for gross misconduct by Farmor's School in Fairford, Gloucestershire, last year.
Ms Higgs posted concerns that pupils at her son's school would be taught the No Outsiders in Our School programme - books on teaching the Equality Act.
Ms Higgs' case is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre.
She shared two posts on Facebook, under her maiden name in October 2018 to about 100 of her friends, the tribunal heard.
And in one Facebook post, she urged people to sign an online petition against making relationships education mandatory, the hearing was told.
Ms Higgs, from Fairford, said: "As a Christian, I believe it is morally necessary to speak out in defence of the Bible truth when false and harmful doctrines are being promoted."...
...Ms Higgs explained her religious beliefs in her statement and said she believed that "God created mankind as 'male and female' and what He has created is good".
She added: "He does not make mistakes.
"I am aware that same-sex marriages are now recognised under UK law, but I believe that is contrary to God's law - which only recognises marriages between one man and one woman," she said in her statement...
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