Sex change lessons for children as school says he will become a woman

Primary school children to get sex change lessons
Chris Kean works at Over Primary School in Cambridgeshire

Primary school children will be given lessons to help them prepare for a member of staff becoming a woman.

Chris Kean, 38, will start living as a woman by next summer.

He works as a canteen worker at Over Primary School, in Cambridgeshire, where a headteacher has called on parents to be supportive.

But not everyone is in favour, with plans to teach children as young as four about transgender issues branded ‘disgusting’.

In a letter sent out to parents, headteacher Mike Fish wrote: ‘All staff in school have been aware of this for some time and we have begun to prepare children in a very general sense by taking opportunities in class and assemblies to talk about equality, diversity and different life-choices.’

And it continued: ‘I sincerely hope that as a school community we can show our support towards Chris and his family during what will be a challenging time.

‘I also hope that we can take this as an opportunity to help prepare and educate children to live in our diverse British society and to develop values such as individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance.’

The letter sent to parents and guardians from Over Primary School regarding one of their members of staff having gender reassignment surgery. A primary school has come under fire from some parents as it prepares to tell pupils a lunch-time supervisor is having a sex change from man to woman. See MASONS story MNGENDER; Headtacher Mike Fish wrote to parents saying that staff had started "preparing" children for the gender swap by midday supervisor Chris Kean. He explained that Mr. Kean, 38, had realised over the last 25-30 years that he had gender dysphoria. Mr. Fish said that Over Primary School, Cambs., where pupils are aged four - 11, would give the children more information and the opportunity to ask questions after half term. He explained that Mr Kean has been attending a gender identity clinic and is due to start living full-time as a woman during the summer holidays next year.
The letter sent out to parents

Parent Mike Smith, 47, told The Mail: ‘What we object to is our little one – who can’t even spell left and right yet – hasn’t been taught anything about sex education, but we have been told they are going to be teaching about transgender issues.

‘Talking to a child of that age, without asking our opinion first, is absolutely disgusting.

‘I don’t have a problem with him doing this, but I would like to have been told before my children were told.’

And his wife Jennifer, 42, said: ‘I was angry about it, and I think a lot of people are.

‘It is confusing enough in life for children as it is, and I just don’t understand how a four-year-old is going to understand that.’

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31 October 2015 | 12:38 pm – Source: metro.co.uk

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