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Boys as young as five should be able to wear tiaras at school without criticism, teachers in Church of England schools are to be told.
Male pupils should also be free to dress up in a tutu or high heels without attracting any comment or observation, according to anti-bullying rules sent out by the Church yesterday.
It follows a complaint by a parent against Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Primary School in Wandsworth, south London, after it used ‘mother/guardian’ and ‘father/guardian’ on a form.
The Office of the Schools Adjudicator upheld the complaint, saying the wording might ‘be taken to imply that the school is restricting its definition [of parent]’.
She said: ‘In light of this revisionist agenda and the heretical teaching …
I am no longer willing to sit around the table, pretending we, as a governing body of the Church of England, are having legitimate conversations about mission.’ Mrs Ashworth added that she and many others ‘long for clear and courageous biblical leadership’.
The drag queens, including Donna La Mode, will read stories to the children.
An adviser to the Archbishop of Canterbury has quit in protest over the Church of England’s liberal teaching.
Lorna Ashworth, a conservative evangelical who sat on the Archbishop’s Council, said the Cof E has become ‘revisionist’ and ‘heretical’. Mother-of-three Mrs Ashworth, 47, is disappointed by Cof E moves to condemn those who try to persuade gay people to become heterosexual, and by its deepening accommodation of the transgender lobby.
Joshua Sutcliffe, 27, faces a disciplinary hearing this week in which he could lose his job, after the parents complained.
The Cof E rules say children in nurseries and the primaries that make up the majority of Church schools should be free to follow their own inclinations when they dress.