Parents horrified as raunchy drag queen invited to teach primary school children

Parents were fuming after a drag queen was invited to teach primary school children as part of a diversity celebration.

Dolly Trolley taught kids aged nine and above a dance before reading to pupils aged as young as five.

The lessons at Hollymount Primary School in Raynes Park, south London, were part of its week-long diversity programme.

But one mum raged: “We were not warned that this was going to be happening.

“We have since looked Dolly up online and they have some very inappropriate – for children – content on their website and their social-media pages.

“Some of the images are very revealing and sexual. Essentially, they are an X-rated adult entertainer.

“How is this person a good role model for our kids? I feel that this is a safeguarding issue.

“We’ve spoken to both our children and they both said their friends all thought it was weird and inappropriate for their age.”

Burlesque entertainer Dolly – from Yorkshire – strutted into Hollymount wearing knee-high leather boots and a low-cut sequinned dress.

Her appearance came during the school’s This Is Me day last Tuesday.

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Dolly’s website and online videos promote a raunchy act, aerobics and modelling options.

The drag queen declares she’s a “firecracker” who is “completely bonkers, utterly delightful and always at 100mph”.

A spokesman for Merton Council said on behalf of the school and Dolly Trolley: “Hollymount School held a themed week to underline its commitment to diversity.

“Neither the school nor the governors are aware of any formal complaints.”

One mum wasn't unhappy about the school's decision, taking to Facebook to pen: "Today was amazing! Thank you so much for coming, you're a fantastic human."

But some were upset with the choice and showed their anger online after hearing about the event.

A parent wrote: "I'd be f***ing fuming.

"Drag acts are adult 'entertainment'. Not kids' entertainment. And certainly not without parents' consent."

Some parents of other schools were keen on the idea, though.

One wrote: "This is amazing! Would love you at my kid's primary school but it's in Leicestershire."

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