In the wake of the dossier compiled by Miriam Cates MP on unsuitable Relationships and Sex Education delivered by unaccountable external providers, there is now a long-overdue focus on the quality of RSE provision in schools. In its recent report on relationships and sex education providers, The Times quoted our spokeswoman Tanya Carter, who noted … Continue reading Bad RSE in schools: where is the evidence?
‘Educate and Celebrate’ and the NEU
We are pleased to see that the National Education Union (NEU) have agreed to carry out a review after it was revealed they organised training from the charity Educate and Celebrate which misrepresented the law, sought to deny reality and erase students' sex-based rights. Educate and Celebrate offer resources and training to nurseries, schools and … Continue reading ‘Educate and Celebrate’ and the NEU
Government agencies paying thousands to become ‘Diversity Champions’ for Stonewall | The Telegraph
The Telegraph reports that Government agencies and public bodies are paying hundreds of thousands of pounds a year to become 'Diversity Champions' for Stonewall, an organisation which campaigns to remove single-sex spaces. The report notes that a teenage girl is seeking a judicial review against the participation of the Crown Prosecution Service in Stonewall's 'Diversity … Continue reading Government agencies paying thousands to become ‘Diversity Champions’ for Stonewall | The Telegraph
Teachers are told not to push tomboys to change their gender just because of the way they like to dress or play | Daily Mail
The Daily Mail reports on the Department for Education guidance which addresses the teaching of gender identity in schools and quotes Safe Schools Alliance. The Mail focuses on the harm of suggesting to children that they may be trans if they don't conform to gender stereotypes, and reports on the criticisms that have been levelled … Continue reading Teachers are told not to push tomboys to change their gender just because of the way they like to dress or play | Daily Mail
Government issues gender identity guidance for teachers in England | The Guardian
The Guardian reports on the Department for Education guidance released on the 24th September which addresses the teaching of gender identity in schools. It notes that 'The organisation Safe Schools Alliance said the guidance was “vindication of years of campaigning from” from groups like theirs.'
For parents, the fight to keep sex-segregated spaces goes on | The Telegraph
The Telegraph reports today on Safe Schools Alliance UK's response to the government announcement on the Gender Recognition Act reform, and the work that we still have to do.
Meet the top cop who wants to police your pronouns | The Spectator
Refusal to use 'correct' pronouns will result in 'appropriate steps' being taken against children & teachers according to EHRC draft guidance for schools on trans pupils. Read The Spectator article here.
Girls must bow to trans rights in new rules for schools | The Times
Please read The Times article here. The Equality and Human Rights Commission are suggesting there are no safeguarding concerns with teenage males sharing dorm and changing rooms with teenage females. They are in dereliction of their duty of care towards children. Who will be liable if schools follow this erroneous guidance? Who will protect the … Continue reading Girls must bow to trans rights in new rules for schools | The Times
Doubt cast on Tavistock gender clinic’s puberty blockers trial | Morning Star
Please read the Morning Star article here. Safe Schools Alliance would like to express our gratitude to The Morning Star for their consistently reasonable and responsible reporting of this topic. At a time when many refuse to pass comment, The Morning Star's willingness to shine a light on this troubling issue is commendable.
School parents join forces to fight ‘trans propaganda’ | The Sunday Times
Safe Schools Alliance have been named in an article in The Sunday Times. Please read it here.