‘Church of England’ School Endorses Transitioning for 8-Year-Old.

May 30, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Human Events:

The Archbishops’ Council Education Division has approved 52-page guidance: Valuing all God’s Children. It also endorses the radical pro-LGBT campaigning group Stonewall.

A Church of England primary school has been slammed for an “alarming lack of knowledge regarding both safeguarding and law” after a local vicar resigned as the school’s governor over the gender transitioning of an eight-year boy.

In his resignation letter, Rev John Parker, Governor of Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, Eight Ash Green and Aldham, in Colchester, raised safeguarding (child protection) concerns like self harm by genital removal, puberty-suppressing drugs, hormonal therapy and reconstruction surgery that the radical transgender activist group Mermaids had “advocated enthusiastically” in his school.

Headteacher Ceri Lee Daniels, who invited Mermaids to conduct a training day after a pupil said he was transitioning from a boy to a girl, ignored legal advice from the governors asking her to exercise caution and to inform parents.

Clergy and experts in the discipline of sexuality have written to Amanda Goh, Diocesan Safeguarding Officer, expressing their “safeguarding concern about the act of importing Mermaids UK into the school to deliver training.”

“Given that £7million was spent on safeguarding in the Church of England last year, I have to wonder about the situation involving Mermaids, Holy Trinity CofE Primary School and Chelmsford Diocese,” sex historian Dr Lisa Nolland, asked Ms Goh.

“If a child starts puberty blockers at Tanner stage 2 and subsequently progresses to cross-sex hormones at age sixteen as almost all children on this pathway do, permanent infertility will be the result as eggs or sperm will not have developed,” wrote Dr Nolland, Convenor of Marriage, Sex and Culture Group, Anglican Mainstream.

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