Organisers of protests against LGBT equality lessons at a Birmingham school say "we'll be back" today.
Protest coordinator Shakeel Afsar said the campaign against Anderton Park School in Sparkhill would resume in a bid to get the school to stop telling pupils "it's okay to be gay".
He claimed 'lots' of parents had or were planning to withdraw their children because of the school's continued stance on LGBT teaching.
He said: "We were intending not to resume the protests but the head teacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson recently tweeted an image of more LGBT books she had got for the school.
"I was inundated with calls from angry parents who saw this as provocative, so we will be back again on Friday."
The tweet in question sees headteacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson thank a fellow school that had made a 'beyond generous' donation of books to Anderton Park.
Hewitt-Clarkson has repeatedly called on ministers, including new Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to support their equality teaching.
A full trial to determine whether the temporary exclusion zone should become permanent will be heard in the High Court in the week beginning October 14.
"We are working closely with the schools and giving support to teachers and parents. That is very much a work in progress." "Currently, we have an interim injunction in place and we will be back to the High Court in the middle of October.