Teacher who said “Hello girls” had to apologize for gender conflicts with students

Pupils at £20,000 school said not all in class were female, says teacher - PA

Pupils at £20,000 school said not all in class were female, says teacher – PA

A teacher claims she was humiliated after she had to apologize to students at a private girls’ school for calling her girls.

Pupils at the £20,000 school complained, saying not everyone in the class identified as female and one pupil urged the woman to acknowledge her pronouns.

The philosophy and religion teacher had to apologize after saying “Hello girls” at the beginning of the lesson.

The students all wrote their names and pronouns on the board the next day, with one of the children using the pronoun she/they.

They also held a lunchtime protest after she refused to acknowledge her request for use, saying she must involve parents if a schoolgirl’s preferred pronouns differ from her biological sex, The Mail on Sunday reported.

In an ongoing review of treatment for gender dysphoria in children and adolescents last week, the teacher said the problems began in May 2021 after some seventh-grade students complained.

It came less than a week after the sixth-grade “Diversity and Inclusion” prefects held a gathering on gender and pronouns.

The students were allegedly shown a video discussing gender identities and gender assignment at birth.

“I was told that they made posters with slogans like ‘Trans lives matter,'” the teacher said.

“Before the end of the week I was in some kind of disciplinary process and the Headmistress told me I had to apologize to the girls.”

The teacher, who asked to remain anonymous to protect the students, said she was forced to stand to one side when the class teacher addressed the students and said: “No one here would want to hurt you”.

Addressing the children on her behalf, the Headmistress said, “I’m sorry you’re upset”, stating, “No one here would want to hurt you” and “You are all truly loved by us”.

The teacher feels she was then “cheated” by senior staff who refused to renew her year-long contract at the school, which is part of the independent Girls’ Day School Trust.

The Daily Telegraph has contacted the Trust, who declined to comment to the Mail on Sunday.


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