The man took to social media to share his frustrations after claiming that a group of women were handing out anti-vaccine leaflets to school children. He said that women shouted at him when he took photos of them outside the school. The parent posted on Facebook that he had witnessed three women who were standing opposite a school with the leaflets.
The teachers were then reportedly taking the leaflets off the children as they walked in the school gates.
The women were then asked to move away by teachers.
The father then said that he witnessed the women filming the children outside Fortismere School in Muswell Hill on Monday morning.
The father then asked the ladies for a leaflet himself.
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On Facebook, a number of parents expressed concern with comments under the father’s social media post.
Some parents claimed in the comment that similar protests had been occurring outside their children’s schools in Highgate, Finchley and Camden.
The father said that he had thanked the teachers at the school for taking the leaflets off the children and for trying to move the women along.
The news comes after a teenage girl and her mum said they were intimidated by anti-vax protesters outside a Covid vaccination centre.
The teenager, called Grace Baker-Earle, uses a wheelchair after contracting coronavirus.
She was confronted after receiving a vaccine at Cardiff’s Bayside mass vaccination centre.
Her mum Angela said protesters accused her of using her daughter “as a lab rat”.
The 44-year-old said a protester claimed it was “ridiculous” to get the vaccine.
Ms Baker-Earle, speaking to the BBC, said: “I said my daughter is using a wheelchair because of Covid.
“A protestor then said, ‘she’ll have immunity, you shouldn’t be getting the vaccine since you have natural immunity.
You shouldn’t be using her as a lab rat’.
“It was incredibly unpleasant.”