UK: Primary school headteachers told to ‘celebrate’ transgender issues in the classroom to combat prejudice among pupils

Well here’s something to celebrate.

Primary school head teachers are being told to include books featuring transgender parents on the curriculum.

Guidance from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) says ‘trans perspectives’ must be visible in the classroom to combat prejudice among pupils.

The advice, endorsed by the Government and Ofsted, is expected to be rolled out in primaries across the country.

It tells schools to ensure books featuring ‘trans parents’ or ‘celebrating gender identity and difference’ are included in the curriculum for pupils aged four to 11.

And it advocates ‘gender neutral phrasing’ for dress codes, asking schools to ensure uniform rules ‘avoid gender stereotypes’.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    The world has gone Stark raving mad. Now people with gender dysphoria are being told there’s nothing wrong with them. What’s next? Will we be telling schizophrenics that the voices are real it’s just that the rest of us can’t hear them?

    • Editor

      And we’re bigots for not hearing them!

    • Tooth&Claw

      You don’t support crazy delusional people. You treat them.

    • TruthSerum

      Lap band surgery will be given to anorexics as they believe they are “fat”.

  • tom_billesley

    To combat prejudice, how about adding to the curriculum a book featuring a hindu man married to a mahometan woman?

  • TruthSerum

    Waiting for one of the major toy manufacturers to come out with a “female” doll with a penis. . . .or GI Joe with breasts?

    • Exile1981

      Well they did do a Klinger doll years ago.