Safe Schools Alliance will provide a skeleton service this summer, as main spokeswoman Tanya Carter takes a well deserved break from media and parliamentary work. Our small team of volunteers will also be taking some time off over the summer. We will still respond to media inquiries, and we’ll aim to reply to concerned parents, … Continue reading Summer Break
On Wednesday 10th May the Women and Equalities Select Committee held an evidence session on the Government’s Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) review, and invited Safe Schools Alliance UK to participate. The aim of the session was "to explore the RSHE review and how it is being conducted, what RSHE should include, how it … Continue reading Evidence to the Women and Equalities Committee
We are pleased that the BBC has started to take note of the safeguarding concerns that we have been raising for years over unregulated Relationships and Sex Education, and over the promotion of transgender ideology to children. Tanya Carter has taken part in several programmes over recent weeks. While we have not always felt that … Continue reading Our spokeswoman on BBC TV and Radio
We are here publishing an independent review of two standards documents produced by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). These standards underpin the global initiative for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), currently promoted by UNESCO’s ‘Foundation for Life and Love Campaign.’ Download Comprehensive Sexuality Education - A … Continue reading Pushing boundaries: ‘Sexuality education’ from UNESCO and WHO
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?
Further to our review of the School of Sexuality Education’s (SoSE’s) academic paper, Play Doh Vulvas and Felt Tip Dick Pics, we review here SoSE's book: Sex Ed: An Inclusive Teenage Guide to Sex and Relationships. The publisher’s aim was to give a copy of this book to every single secondary school in the country. Schools usually welcome … Continue reading Sex Ed: An Inclusive Teenage Guide to Sex and Relationships
We have recently been contacted by parents concerned about the RSE sessions delivered in their children's schools by the School of Sexuality Education. We have looked into this organisation, who say that their "unembarrassable" team provide in-school workshops on "consent, sexual health, porn and positive relationships". What we have found demonstrates a lack of safeguarding … Continue reading The School of Sexuality Education
We welcome the decision of the Scottish Secretary, Alister Jack, to block the Scottish government's Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) bill on constitutional grounds. The bill, which would have allowed children to apply for a gender recognition certificate from the age of 16 while removing the need for a diagnosis of gender dysphoria, would have made … Continue reading Gender Recognition Reform in Scotland
The new Secretary of State for Education, Gillian Keegan MP, appeared before the Department for Education Select Committee last week to discuss political impartiality in schools. Guidance on this was published by the department in February, and the committee wanted to know how effective this was and whether schools were confident in following it. This … Continue reading Is Education Secretary Gillian Keegan afraid to have an opinion?
Safe Schools Alliance does not welcome the "Guidance for maintained schools and academies in England on provision for transgender pupils” which has been published by the Association of School and College Leaders, Chartered College of Teaching, Confederation of School Trusts (CST), Institute of School Business Leadership, National Association of Head Teachers and National Governance Association. … Continue reading Statement on recently published guidance for transgender pupils