The policy at Arbury Primary in Cambridge states that it is ‘illegal’ to call someone ‘he/she’ or ‘it’ against their wishes.
The school also urges parents of children who no longer identify as their biological gender to consider changing their name by deed poll.
Arbury holds assemblies to celebrate a child’s ‘transition’ from a boy to a girl or vice versa, has introduced a gender-neutral uniform, and allows children to use lavatories of whichever sex they ‘assign’ themselves to.
Schools making their own laws now. The end of Britain isn’t far off.
Rising divorce rates among British Muslim communities have prompted questions over the status of Islamic marriage — known in Arabic as “nikah” — in the UK. Lacking formal legal recognition, it denies couples the protections available in civil unions if the relationship breaks down.
The event, which passed almost unnoticed on this side of the Atlantic, was the remarkable disclosure by the head of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) that Britain had launched its first-ever military-style cyber campaign against the Islamic State.
The inquiry carried out by an independent researcher for the Department for Education said: ‘The evidence suggests transgender people often report having poor experiences within social and care settings.’
Children as young as three were referred to professionals by their teachers as the number of under-11s needing psychological help rose to almost 19,000 in the past year, from less than 14,000 three years earlier.
Some 700 EU nationals who were sleeping on the streets were removed from the country in the year to May 2017, according to figures obtained by the broadcaster, with law firms saying that at least 45 clients had made claims for damages.
The London courthouse at the Old Bailey today heard how teenager Safaa Boular (now 18 years old) was determined to carry out terrorist attacks in the UK capital after her fiancé, an ISIS militant, was killed in Syria.
Young Miss Boular had written down in great detail how she wanted to wear a suicide belt in Syria with her ISIS-fighter husband and “their plan then was that together they would depart the world holding hands and taking others with them in an act of terrorism.”