No Outsiders in Our School: Teaching the Equality Act in Primary Schools

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No Outsiders in Our School: Teaching the Equality Act in Primary Schools

No Outsiders in Our School: Teaching the Equality Act in Primary Schools

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Moffat then goes on to say that teaching about different sexual orientations is best done in the context of the Equality Act 2010. There are several other Leicester City and County schools taking part in No Outsiders, as well as other schools around the UK.

It involves the use of age appropriate story books to teach about seven of the protected characteristics of the Equality Act 2010. The teaching plans attached to each book raise serious questions about Moffat’s judgement, his knowledge of the law, and his understanding of girls’ needs for privacy and boundaries. Alice Thomson, writing in the Times says with reference to Section 28 ‘When it was overturned in 2003, I never thought the question would be reopened. The nieces mum and grandma were at the meeting and said it would be nice to see the girl more feminine ( what does this mean?We, as a school, believe in everybody having the same opportunities, enjoying equality to learn and grow as a rounded person. This is a very objective analysis of the ‘No Outsider Programme’ and it clearly enlightens many people including teachers in primary schools in Birmingham like me, who are caught in the middle of this horrific situation. The No Outsiders programme promotes an ethos of inclusion and tolerance, and aims to prepare children for life in modern Britain. There is no evidence that Andrew Moffat supported all of the ideas published by the University of Sunderland team but it is very clear that gender identity was a key part of the mix and that his subsequent ideas, as he acknowledged, stemmed from his participation in the project. After graduating with a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Reading, Elizabeth Holmes completed her PGCE at the Institute of Education, University of London.

Only when Bailey meets an older girl, who offers to help make a dress, is Bailey’s dream of wearing a dress made reality. This is far away from the truth and my kids are in another school that has taken on this programme and unfortunately the head teacher, supported by some politicians and Ofsted are smearing the parents in the same manner as Parkfield School. Then he’s back to the transgender issue, talking about possibly living a different gender “from the one other people chose for us. No outsiders prepares children for life in modern Britain where they can live and work alongside anyone regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender reassignment or disability.

NB: There is no requirement at all to “teach” the Equality Act so the basis for this programme is flawed.



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