Catholic propagandize adopts ‘gender neutral’ uniform policy, permitting boys …
June 29, 2017 - School Uniform
The headteacher pronounced girls and boys ‘can select either they wear skirts, pinafores, shorts or trousers’
Parents have voiced dismay after a Catholic primary propagandize in London announced that it will deliver a “gender neutral” uniform process that will concede boys to wear skirts from September.
St Anthony’s Catholic primary propagandize in East Dulwich announced a new process in a weekly newsletter, observant that it will yield a singular uniform list from that boys and girls can select that equipment to wear.
Jane Day, a headteacher, said: “I am gratified to announce that a governors have authorized a introduction of a gender neutral uniform that will be introduced in September.
“Rather than carrying a apart uniform for girls and boys, one uniform list will be constructed and girls and boys can select either they wear skirts, pinafores, shorts or trousers. There is no change to a uniform that will sojourn grey, green, yellow and white.”
The blog Listening in a Desert pronounced a proclamation had left relatives “stunned and dissapoint as it goes totally opposite a teachings of a Catholic Church”. The author, Clare Short, pronounced that relatives “were not consulted or sensitive whatsoever of a changes to a uniform”.
At slightest 120 schools now have a gender neutral uniform policy, according to a happy rights organisation Educate Celebrate. “In a experience, primary schools are adopting [gender neutral uniforms] faster than delegate schools,” Dr Elly Barnes, a group’s founder, said.
Pope Francis has cursed “gender ideology” many times. In Oct he said: “It is one thing for a chairman to have this tendency” though that it was really opposite “to learn this in schools in sequence to change mentalities. This we call ideological colonisation.”
The Catholic Herald has contacted a Archdiocese of Southwark for comment.