SCHOOL children 'as young as four' have been told to tell on fellow pupils who call transgender kids the wrong gender at school, it has been reported.
At the "trans-friendly" Arbury Primary school in Cambridgeshire, the pupils have been told that "calling someone he/she, it or deliberately the wrong pronoun is unkind and illegal" they should report it.
"Trans friendly" Arbury Primary School in Cambridgeshire
Under further guidelines for pupils on "How to be Trans Friendly", schoolkids are advised to support trans friends by challenging transphobia and teasing if they see or hear it.
Pupils have also been told that asking what a pupil's "real name" is instead of their chosen name is "disrespectful" while invasive questions like "Are you a real girl?" or "What body parts do you have?" are unacceptable.
For parents of trans children, the school has advised that parents consider changing their child's name by deed poll and providing the legal paperwork to the school office as, without the legal change, the child's original name will appear on registers and and statutory tests.
And on the day of transition, the school says the class teacher will speak to the class advising of the child's name and gender, and the transitioning child should be asked if they want to be in for this or not.
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