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Schools are labelling children as young as four as ‘transgender’ simply because they want to dress up as the opposite sex.Little boys who like la femme dresses or tutus are being encouraged to express themselves in a ‘gender-neutral environment’ in the classroom.And while many parents may question how any school can make such a judgment about a child so young, Ofsted is apparently in no doubt.
The education watchdog lavished praise on schools where it said ‘transgender pupils are taken seriously’.One infants’ school, catering for four to seven-year-olds, was applauded for its ‘excellent work’ with ‘pupils who are or may be transgender’.‘The school appreciates that a boy may prefer to be known as a girl and have a girl’s name and similarly a girl may have a girl’s name but wants to dress as and be a boy,’ an Ofsted report said.
‘The school choir and sewing club both include plenty of boys and many girls play football.’ The schools were among nine highlighted by Ofsted inspectors because they had ‘successfully tackled prejudice-based attitudes and related bullying’. They received warm praise in an Ofsted report on ways to tackle bullying in schools.Ofsted said the schools’ approaches had helped to eliminate name-calling and create an ‘inclusive’ environment in classes.
The unnamed school, where a quarter of pupils in reception class have same-sex parents or close family members in same-sex relationships, also acts as a hub for transgender pupils at other schools, hosting them at after-school clubs.At a second school, a primary catering for children up to 11, pupils are encouraged to behave in a ‘non-gender stereotypical way’.Younger boys dress up in girls’ clothes from the Cheap La Femme Midnight Blue 17044 Ruched Short Dress-up box and are allowed to wear ribbons in their hair.Female member of school staff, 41, charged with performing sexual favours for boy pupils. This article resource from www.lafemmedressesoutlet.com