Year 7 pupils at Bridlington High School in East Yorkshire were asked to write a homework essay concerning the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing above - where 22 people were killed, mostly children - as part of a personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) lesson.
The pupils were asked to imagine that they were a parent of one of the murdered children, and to discuss whether the terrorist (Salman Abedi) should be shown forgiveness.
To pose such an obviously inappropriate task to Year 7 pupils sparked outrage among furious parents - who rightly considered that children of that age would be unlikely to have the level of maturity to cope with such a concept without it doing them emotional harm.
Although the head teacher - Kate Parker-Randall - later apologised, there appears to have been no action taken against the PSHE teacher responsible for setting the homework.
We demand that the PSHE teacher at Bridlington High School should be sacked forthwith, and if the Head Teacher cannot bring herself to do it, then she should seriously consider her own position.
Take part in our campaign and your message will be sent immediately and automatically to Kate Parker-Randall, Head Teacher, and David Baldock, the Chairman of the Governing Body at Bridlington High School: