'Homophobic maths test' sparks outrage among pupils

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A school in High Wycombe has apologised for handing out a question in a maths test which stated God intended all people to be straight.

The paper sparked outrage among pupils at The Royal Grammar School in Buckinghamshire.

The question asked:

Dozens of pupils complained about the question seen by many as homophobic. The school says the question came from a retired teacher and staff were not aware of it before pupils sat the test.

Speaking to the Huffington Post, Headteacher Philip Wayne said: