NEWS | Admin10

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a faith school’s policy of segregating boys and girls is ‘unlawful’ sex discrimination, backing Ofsted inspectors who criticised it. The watchdog has won its appeal against a High Court ruling last November, which said the Al-Hijrah school in Birmingham had not broken the law by separating boys and girls because such segregation was ‘elected for by parents’. Read more

LGBT activist James Caspian, speaking about Bath Spa’s rejection of his research , observed: ‘It wasn’t so much that there seemed to be increasing numbers of younger people, particularly…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/2cWtSNg

Advertisements

VIEWS | Admin10

Children should be encouraged to ‘love the bodies they have’, rather than try to medically alter them, an MP has warned. David Davies issued the caution in a riposte to Parliamentary support for making it easier to ‘change sex’. He has also challenged the Prime Minister to tighten transsexualism law after a doctor in his constituency reportedly prescribed powerful cross-sex hormones to children. Read more

Girls could be told to play rugby alongside boys in the wake of a landmark school segregation ruling, the head of the Independent Schools Association has warned.  Neil Roskilly, chief…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/2e8bDo8

KNOWLEDGE | Admin10

Reported hate crimes against disabled children are rising, a BBC investigation has discovered. Figures from police forces across the UK show there were 450 incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2014-15, 5 live Investigates found. Families with disabled children described being targeted online and verbally abused in the street. The Home Office said the rise was due to better reporting and more victims willing to come forward. Read more

Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/1J9mLY4

KNOWLEDGE | Admin10

Reported hate crimes against disabled children are rising, a BBC investigation has discovered. Figures from police forces across the UK show there were 450 incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2014-15, 5 live Investigates found. Families with disabled children described being targeted online and verbally abused in the street. The Home Office said the rise was due to better reporting and more victims willing to come forward. Read more

Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/1J9mLY4

KNOWLEDGE | Admin10

Reported hate crimes against disabled children are rising, a BBC investigation has discovered. Figures from police forces across the UK show there were 450 incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2014-15, 5 live Investigates found. Families with disabled children described being targeted online and verbally abused in the street. The Home Office said the rise was due to better reporting and more victims willing to come forward. Read more

Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/1J9mLY4

KNOWLEDGE | Admin10

Reported hate crimes against disabled children are rising, a BBC investigation has discovered. Figures from police forces across the UK show there were 450 incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2014-15, 5 live Investigates found. Families with disabled children described being targeted online and verbally abused in the street. The Home Office said the rise was due to better reporting and more victims willing to come forward. Read more

Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/1J9mLY4

KNOWLEDGE | Admin10

Reported hate crimes against disabled children are rising, a BBC investigation has discovered. Figures from police forces across the UK show there were 450 incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2014-15, 5 live Investigates found. Families with disabled children described being targeted online and verbally abused in the street. The Home Office said the rise was due to better reporting and more victims willing to come forward. Read more

Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/1J9mLY4