They want somewhere that readies their child for the world beyond the school gates, academically and socially. Outdated Notions That is why I am often perplexed when they end up being swayed by outdated notions about girls performing better in single sex schools and plump for that deeply unrealistic world. After all, if girls do not learn to socialise with boys as children, what happens when they go out into the work place? An Ability to Thrive?
Hairstyles and hemlines? Pah. It's rubbish to say girls and boys can't cope in the same school
Girls Educated in Single-Sex Schools at a Huge Disadvantage | Independent School Parent
Share this article Share One Brighton charity, called Allsorts Youth Project, launched the UK's first-ever group for 'trans or gender-questioning' children aged five to Allsorts is believed to have 27 members with an average age of nine. NHS England has also signed an agreement not to suppress the expression of gender identity. Polly Carmichael, director of the NHS gender service for youngsters, says some children are caught up in gender change rather than doing it out of their own These influential groups combine with YouTube vloggers, activism and awareness classes to create, as one American academic puts it, 'rapid onset gender dysphoria'.