A school at the centre of a row about teaching LGBT rights says it will not resume the lessons until a resolution has been reached with angry parents.
Weekly protests against the classes have been held outside the gates of Parkfield Community School in Birmingham.
After a meeting on Tuesday, the school said it wanted to continue working with parents to “find a solution”.
Parents welcomed the decision and called off planned protests.
The school denied an earlier suspension of the lessons was a U-turn, saying it had always planned to stop the ‘No Outsiders’ project at half-term.
But the decision made after Tuesday’s meeting means they will be stopped indefinitely.