Oh come on, that didn't take very long to show your colours. No fun.
Surely you should contacting the history department of said schools, and asking why Magna carta isn't on the list? We do have a rather large amount of history to cover after all.
And surely its not a bad idea for them to get to know something about one of the worlds religions(with a million+ followers in the country) rather than listening to the rantings of their father?
I suppose they could have learnt about the Christian faith and how peaceful it is...oh, hang on.
Personally I'd sooner they were taught about the Hindu faith, which is open and encompasses lots of teachings, but then Hindu's don't go around bleating victim on one hand whilst bombing, torturing, discriminating, hell bent on world domination with the other, but that isn't the point. They're not at school to learn about religion per se, they're there to learn enough about themselves to carry out an existence. Part of that existence is knowing who you are, where you're from, why so many people from other countries want to come here.
All of that has the fundamental basis in history, from Magna Carta, through the civl war, the conquest of half the world and the loss of it all to the US and various other countries. I seem to spend almost all of my waking hours whenever these kids come round explaining it all to them.
They even have sessions boning up on minor little things I think they should know, you know like being able to name three or four English counties, never mind naming all of them and telling me where they are.
Or I rip the piss out of them and they worry about coming round to take her out for fear of being lab led 'moron' which quite frankly I can do all too often and shouldn't given they are bright kids, supposedly well educated.
So what has this to do with UKIP, I hear you wonder? Fundamentally it is the root of the reason parties like UKIP can breed, on the fear brought about by lack of education, the reason why there are so many folk from other countries here and why they're here, pretty much all of their countries have either been invaded by us, or fought over in times past, but our kids don't know all this, or about basic freedoms that have been fought for, so in teaching religious trivia, rather than history, we are causing the problem.