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Education & Curriculum

Our Briefing Note - Curriculum Development 2022-2023 - highlights the importance of focusing on critical thinking across the curriculum when engaging young people in learning about sex and gender. It explains the challenges faced in schools and how the UK Equality Network provides a solution.

 

The UK Equality Network is a nationwide organisation established to provide evidence-based and innovative training and resources designed to help public and private sector organisations to understand the Equality Act 2010 and its implications in their work.

 

The growing prevalence of transgender ideology in schools, with an emphasis on ‘gender self-identification’*, has resulted in two significant challenges which are affecting young people and the adults responsible for teaching them:

 

1. Young people are unquestioningly accepting the ideology as fact and responding accordingly.

2. A culture of fear has been established for young people and adults who would like to discuss or challenge the ideology based on their own understanding (in material reality) and belief (in law) that biological sex matters and cannot be changed.

Take a look at some of our sample curriculum documents below. Sign up to be the first to hear when our Educational Resources are live for download.

A Gentle Introduction
To Puberty

The activities in this booklet are designed to be used as either a set of activities or as stand-alone activities in Year 5 PHSE. Each activity has been designed for use by all children in the class. Extension activities have been provided for those who complete the activity ahead of other children in the class.

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A History of
Joan of Arc

The activities in this booklet are designed to be used as either a set of activities as stand-alone activities in KS3 History. Each activity has been designed for use by all children in the class. Teachers should use appropriate differentiation where necessary to meet the needs of individual learners.

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