Working with Non binary and Transgender Pupils: Guidance for school staff and other professionals

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Dear Glasgow City Council,

Per FOISA, please provide me with information contained in your records as follows:

Your councils Guidance and staff and other professionals - Working with Non binary and
Transgender Pupils:

For the avoidance of doubt and the mitigation of a spurious exemption not to disclose this information please see a copy of the guidance I am referring at the following link:

Yours faithfully,

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Straight from Scot Gov policy makers, there are NO statutory powers or legal authority to socially transition children under 16 years old.

Despite Shirley-Anne Somerville’s Guidance to schools: Supporting transgender young people in schools: guidance for Scottish schools:

Notice the term ‘Guidance’ ..

After a 32 local authority council hit of 6 separate FOI’s requests the numbers of allegedly unlawfully transitioned children outwith the law of the land is rather astonishing including the changing of pupils names despite it breaching DPA as the processing is not accurate, proportionate and reasonable.


Thank you for confirming that you ‘follow’ Supporting
transgender young people in schools: guidance for Scottish schools -

Yours sincerely,
[name removed]
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