I agree – it assumes that all girls are going to become sexually active under age. I don’t know if you know about the work of the Family Education Trust – they have some helpful leaflets https://familyeducationtrust.org.uk/publications/ and their report @Unprotected’ about the dangers of early sexualisation is well worth reading…[Read more]
These articles might help with stats:
this blog shows how minimal the LBT bullying issue really is in comparison with other forms of bullying http://christiansineducation.co.uk/bullying-the-reality-behind-the-rhetoric/
and this one talks about the inequality of the Department for Education’s focus on homophobic bullying at the expense of other…[Read more]
What can my child do when he gets no-platformed in lessons? Twice now, a teacher has shut my son down, once when he wanted to talk about creation in a science lesson and once when he wanted to talk in a PSHE lesson about the fact that our sex is genetically determined, so we can choose an image, but we can’t change our birth identity. Surely…[Read more]
Can anyone explain why there seems to be an obsession with homophobic bullying? It seems as though you don’t really matter if you’re disabled, but my neighbour’s little girl is bullied almost every day – called ‘spac’ and horrible names. Schools only seem to talk about homophobic bullying, as if there’s only one kind of bullying.