Parents at a Church of England school have been left furious after council bosses removed the Christian cross from the school’s logo.
Oak C of E Primary School opened last month in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire after three pre-existing school merged into one huge institution.
When the school was launched, it boasted a logo with an oak tree whose branches took the shape of the cross, in a nod to its Christian connections.
But just a few weeks later, the cross was replaced with three branches, and the original logo used on large banners and school uniform prototypes had been scrapped.
This could happen here. In the past there have been efforts to remove crosses even from churches.