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Four-Year-Old Boy Admitted into Church of England School as a Girl, Accused Of Flashing Female Students

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A Church of England primary school allowed a four-year-old boy to transition and join as a girl, concealing his biological sex from other students.

This led to distress and concerns among parents, with one parent reporting that her daughter suffered emotional distress upon learning the truth.

The parent expressed disbelief at a child of that age making such a decision and criticized the school’s actions, ultimately removing her daughter from the school.

“The fact that a boy was being enrolled as a girl aged four, that alone for me is a massive red flag. Because I don’t see how a child of that age can make that decision…to actually go through a social transition,” the mother said.

“I just want my daughter to be a child. The school’s actions have robbed her of this and that can never be given back.”

While the government has introduced draft guidance for schools on transgenderism, some argue that it is insufficient, emphasizing the need for stricter laws.

Government officials expressed concern and emphasized that social transitioning is not suitable for primary school-aged children.

“This is exactly what happens when you don’t treat a child as their biological sex in all circumstances and it shows why treating a child as the opposite sex is a safety risk,” MP Miriam Cates said.

“Although the guidance is headed in the right direction, because it isn’t statutory and it does include exceptions, it doesn’t necessarily stop another case like this happening.”

“Government guidance is clear that social transitioning is not a neutral act and is certainly unsuitable for primary school-aged children. I will be making sure that the school is aware of government policy and the law when it comes to gender-questioning children,” Women and Equalities minister Kemi Badenoch said.

The school stated that they are addressing the concerns and prioritizing the safety and well-being of all pupils.

“The safety and wellbeing of all of our pupils is our utmost priority and we take any reports of bullying and safeguarding concerns extremely seriously. All are dealt with in line with statutory and local guidance, and our policies and procedures,” a school spokesman said.

“We are unable to comment on individual pupils. We are proud we are an inclusive school and welcome all children to join our school family.”

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