One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson will introduce a bill on Monday that seeks to end the "indoctrination" of children in schools - across a broad swathe of topics from climate change to non-traditional sex.
Senator Hanson believes children are being taught "skewed versions of history and science" and says school programs are sexualised.
She says a growing number of teachers are biased on politics, history and science.
Her Prohibiting the Indoctrination of Children Bill seeks to ban "including skewed versions of history taught as fact, controversial sexual programs that teach gender fluidity and realignment to infants, unsubstantiated human-induced climate change, as well as the teachings of so-called "safe" underage sex, sexting, and non-traditional sex".
It is not clear who would decide on Senator Hanson's "balanced" curriculum or how it would differ from what is taught in schools already.
But her bill would force the issue by tying Commonwealth education funding to states and territories to "a balanced curriculum" and also requires schools to liaise with parents "to let them know the extent to which students are provided with a balanced presentation of opposing views".
"Children are easy targets of all sorts of false and left-leaning teachings and parents have had a gut full of seeing the people they entrust with teaching their children, pushing their own agendas," Senator Hanson said, insisting that the school curriculum should be balanced and children should be encouraged to think critically.
"Parents want a sensible curriculum that sets their children up for meaningful, employable futures, without the distraction of false or imbalanced ideology."
Senator Hanson's One Nation offsider Malcolm Roberts is the party's climate change spokesman and a strident denier.
Senator Roberts believes that not only is global warming not caused by humans, he rejects the idea that the planet is warming at all.
"There is no warming. In Australia the temperatures in the 1880s and 1890s were not only warmer than today, the heatwaves were longer and had hotter temperatures ...
"The empirical evidence states that the temperature is not increasing."
In an interview on Sky News last week, he also rejected the role of carbon dioxide in warming, saying "carbon dioxide doesn't trap heat, it absorbs heat then liberates it".
And he accused the Bureau of Meteorology of distorting the data by measuring from 1990 - a cool year.