- Calvin Robinson played major role in of DoE’s ‘I Chose To Teach’ campaign
- IT teacher said pupils were being ‘indoctrinated to a left wing mentality’
- Mr Robinson works at St Mary’s and St John’s C of E School in Hendon, London
Pupils are being ‘brainwashed’ in Britain’s classrooms to believe that Tories are ‘evil’, a high profile teacher has claimed.
Calvin Robinson played a major role in the Department of Education’s ‘I Chose to Teach campaign, appearing on posters, adverts and online.
But the IT teacher has now come out said pupils were being ‘indoctrinated to a left wing mentality’ and encouraged to see the Conservative party as ‘evil’.
Left: Calvin Robinson during the Department of Education’s ‘I chose to teach’ campaign and right, with former education secretary, Michael Gove
Mr Robinson is head of computer science at St Mary’s and St John’s Church of England School in Hendon, north west London.
Writing on the Conservatives for Liberty website, he said that schools were training kids ‘into a lefty way of thinking’.
He wrote: ‘Our young people are being indoctrinated to a left-wing mentality from a very young age.