Statement on the harassment of Kathleen Stock

We condemn the continued targeted harassment of Dr Kathleen Stock in the strongest possible terms. We consider that this terrorising of a female professor is driven by a hatred of women and is an outright assault on democracy. We welcome the initial response from The University of Sussex. They must make clear that they will … Continue reading Statement on the harassment of Kathleen Stock

Our spokeswoman talks to parliamentarians

Earlier this month, our spokeswoman Tanya Carter was invited to talk to interested MPs and peers on the subject of child safeguarding. Her talk gives a good overview of what Safe Schools Alliance are trying to achieve. It is transcribed in full below with links. https://videopress.com/v/pB7t7lZT?resizeToParent=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fsafeschoolsallianceuk.net%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2021%2F09%2Fscreenshot-tanya.png&preloadContent=metadata *This transcript contains references to Child Sexual Abuse and … Continue reading Our spokeswoman talks to parliamentarians

Our spokeswoman on Talk Radio: children’s consent to puberty blockers

Watch our spokeswoman Tanya Carter talk to Richard Tice about children's ability to consent to life-changing medical intervention in the form of puberty blockers. On the 17th September, the Appeal Court upheld the appeal of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust against the decision of the High Court in Bell & Mrs A v Tavistock. … Continue reading Our spokeswoman on Talk Radio: children’s consent to puberty blockers

Our spokeswoman talks about Rhondda Cynon Taff’s trans guidance

Our spokeswoman, Tanya Carter, was invited on to GB News today to talk about the 'trans toolkit' which was the subject of legal action by parents in Rhondda Cynon Taff. You can watch the full interview here: Carter was asked whether she thought that children at primary and secondary school should be able to change … Continue reading Our spokeswoman talks about Rhondda Cynon Taff’s trans guidance

Advice on social transitioning of trans-identified children

The Sunday Times revealed today that Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council in Wales has become the latest council to withdraw its 'trans toolkit' after a school used it to socially transition a child in their care without his parents' knowledge. You can read the full article on the Safe Schools Alliance Facebook page. Our … Continue reading Advice on social transitioning of trans-identified children

Watch our spokeswoman talk about Scottish trans guidance for schools

Last week the Scottish government released updated guidance for Scottish schools called 'Supporting Transgender Pupils In Schools'. Safe Schools Alliance are very concerned by this document, which promotes only the 'affirmation' method of offering support to trans-identified children. Advocating for a culture in a school where staff keep children's secrets in order to develop a … Continue reading Watch our spokeswoman talk about Scottish trans guidance for schools

Watch our spokeswomen talk to MPs and peers

Our spokeswomen Tanya Carter and Tracy Shaw were recently invited to talk to a cross-party group of MPs and peers at a meeting organised by Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne. The discussion concerned the way in which lobby groups have been able to bypass parliamentary scrutiny and effect changes to the law and within civil society … Continue reading Watch our spokeswomen talk to MPs and peers

‘Petite Fille’ on BBC 4: the opposite of acceptance

BBC 4 have recently released a documentary film by Sébastien Lifshitz called Petite Fille (Little Girl), the story of a 7-year-old French boy who likes wearing dresses and playing with dolls, and who thought as a four-year-old that he could grow up to be a girl. Sasha is now identified as a girl by his … Continue reading ‘Petite Fille’ on BBC 4: the opposite of acceptance

Help with filling in the Welsh RSE Consultation

The Welsh Government consultation on its new Relationship and Sexuality Curriculum is open until 16 July 2021.Responses can be submitted in writing by post or online here: https://gov.wales/curriculum-wales-guidance-and-code-relationships-and-sexuality-education-rse This curriculum will be mandatory for all Welsh children from the age of 3. Parents will not be able to withdraw their children from Relationship and Sexuality Education … Continue reading Help with filling in the Welsh RSE Consultation

Welsh RSE consultation closes 16th July

The Welsh government is asking for feedback on its proposed 'Relationships and Sexuality Education Statutory Guidance and Code' in advance of the introduction of the new 'Curriculum for Wales' in 2022. The new code will apply to all maintained schools, nurseries, PRUs and local authorities in Wales. Parents, carers, teachers: you have until the 16th … Continue reading Welsh RSE consultation closes 16th July