LGBT Issues in Education

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Matthew Davidson

Dear City of Edinburgh Council,

(1) Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted at pupils, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

(2) Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted at staff, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

(3) Please indicate which of your schools have received staff training on dealing with LGBT issues and from whom (e.g. from a specific external organisation or the council).

(4) Please list which schools have either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or are registered with LGBT Youth Scotland's School Charter Mark.

(5) For clarity and to put the above into perspective, please indicate the total number of schools in your council.

Yours faithfully,

Matthew Davidson

City of Edinburgh Council

Mr Matthew Davidson

Date: 12/06/2017

Our ref: 15296

Dear Mr Davidson

Acknowledgement of Request

Subject: LGBT Issues in Education

Thank you for your request for information received on 12/06/2017. I can confirm that your request will be processed under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, Environmental Information Regulations (Scotland) 2004, or the INSPIRE (Scotland) Regulations 2009.

You will receive the information requested within 20 working days unless the Council does not hold the information, or there is a reason for it to be withheld. We will write to you in any event.

In some circumstances a fee may be payable and if that is the case we will let you know.

If you have any requirements regarding the format any information should be supplied in, e.g. the language to be used, audio, large print and so on, then please let me know.

If you have any queries or concerns, do not hesitate to get in touch. Please quote the reference number above in any future communications.

To promote transparency and accountability, please note it is the Council’s policy to publish all request details and responses made under the freedom of information legislation. This information will be made available through the Council’s website and will not include your personal details. The disclosure log is available at the following link: http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/homepage/175....

Further information about your rights and accessing information is available on our website at: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

Yours sincerely,

Information Governance Unit
Level 2:1, Waverley Court, Edinburgh EH8 8BG Tel 0131 200 2340
[Edinburgh City Council request email] www.edinburgh.gov.uk

City of Edinburgh Council

Mr Matthew Davidson

[FOI #411345 email]

Date: 14/06/2017

Our ref: 15296

Dear Mr Davidson

Request for Clarification

Subject: LGBT Issues in Education

Thank you for your request for information of 12/06/2017 in which you asked the following:

LGBT Issues in Education

Q1. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted at pupils, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

Q2. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted at staff, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

Q3. Please indicate which of your schools have received staff training on dealing with LGBT issues and from whom (e.g. from a specific external organisation or the council).

Q4. Please list which schools have either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or are registered with LGBT Youth Scotland's School Charter Mark.

Q5. For clarity and to put the above into perspective, please indicate the total number of schools in your council.

Unfortunately, we cannot identify the information you have requested from the details you have provided. To help us meet your request, could you please provide the following:

Please could you clarify if your request relates to Primary, Secondary, Special or all schools. It is unlikely that we would be able to provide a response for all schools as the information is not centrally held and would require an excessive amount of time to locate, retrieve and provide the data. We have 88 Primary, 23 Secondary and 13 Special schools.

On receipt of these further details, we will respond to your request within 20 working days. Please note that the statutory 20 working day deadline for responding to your request does not start until we receive the requested clarification from you.

If we do not hear from you within 40 working days, we will assume that you are no longer seeking the information you have requested and we will take no further action.

If you wish to discuss further, please get in touch. Please quote the reference number above in any future communications.

Further information about your rights and accessing information is available on our website at: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

Yours sincerely,

Iain Burden
Information Rights Officer

Information Governance Unit
Level 2:1, Waverley Court, Edinburgh EH8 8BG Tel 0131 200 2340
[Edinburgh City Council request email] www.edinburgh.gov.uk

Matthew Davidson

Dear City of Edinburgh Council,

It is disappointing that you feel you are unable to provide all of the information requested, especially since other councils that were asked for the information on the same day that you were have already provided the data.

The council's "Preventing and Responding to Bullying and Prejudice amongst Children and Young People" document requires schools to report to the council any events of homophobic bullying, therefore I presume this part of the request will be dealt with fully, as requested? (Questions 1 and 2)

If you insist that you are unable to give the information asked in questions 3 and 4, please then answer the more general questions of:

Do staff in any of your schools receive training on dealing with LGBT issues and from whom (e.g. from a specific external organisation or the council)?

and

Have any of your schools either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or completed the registration process with LGBT Youth Scotland's School Charter Mark?

Yours faithfully,

Matthew Davidson

Information Rights Officer 4, City of Edinburgh Council

Afternoon Mr Davidson

Thank you for providing clarification. To be clear, does your request relate to Primary, Secondary and Special Schools?

Kind regards,
 
Iain.
 

Iain Burden | Information Rights Officer | Information Governance Unit | Strategy & Insight Division | Chief Executive | The City of Edinburgh Council | Business Centre 2:1 | Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street, Edinburgh, EH8 8BG | 0131 529 7578 |  [email address] | www.edinburgh.gov.uk

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Matthew Davidson

Dear Information Rights Officer 4,

Yes, all schools.

Yours sincerely,

Matthew Davidson

City of Edinburgh Council

Mr Matthew Davidson

[FOI #411345 email]

Date: 20/06/2017

Our ref: 15296

Dear Mr Davidson

Request for Clarification - Receipt

Subject: LGBT Issues in Education

Thank you for providing clarification on the above request for information of 12/06/2017. We will respond to your request within 20 working days. Please note that the statutory 20 working day deadline for responding to your request starts upon receipt of clarification. This means we have until 17/07/2017 to respond to your request.

To promote transparency and accountability, please note it is the Council’s policy to publish all request details and responses made under freedom of information legislation. This information will be made available through the Council’s website and will not include your personal details.

Further information about your rights and accessing information is available on our website at: www.edinburgh.gov.uk

Yours sincerely

Iain Burden
Information Rights Officer

Information Governance Unit
Level 2:1, Waverley Court, Edinburgh EH8 8BG Tel 0131 200 2340
[Edinburgh City Council request email] www.edinburgh.gov.uk

Information Rights Officer 4, City of Edinburgh Council

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Mr Matthew Davidson

 

[1][FOI #411345 email]

 

Date: 17/07/2017

 

Our ref: 15296

 

 

Dear Mr Davidson

 

Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Partial Release of
Information

 

Subject: LGBT Issues in Education

 

Thank you for your request for information of 12/06/2017 and your
subsequent clarification of 19/06/0217, which has been processed under the
terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. Unfortunately,
the Council is only able to meet part of your request; this information is
released to you now. I shall address each of your questions in turn.

 

You asked the following:

 

LGBT Issues in Education in relation to data on ALL schools.

 

Q1. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted
at pupils, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name
and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

 

Q2. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted
at staff, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name
and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

 

A1 and A2. We only hold information centrally for incidents that resulted
in an exclusion; this information does not differentiate between pupil and
staff. This information is only recorded for year 2016 where there were
four exclusions with a reason recorded as Homophobia / Sexual orientation.

 

In terms of all other reported incidents, this information is recorded
within each school. We do not hold information centrally for schools.
Therefore, unfortunately, we are unable to provide you with this part of
the information you have requested as the cost to the Council of locating,
retrieving and providing you with the information exceeds the statutory
maximum of £600.

 

Section 12(1) of the Act does not oblige a Scottish public authority to
comply with a request for information if the authority estimates that the
cost of complying with the request would exceed the statutory limit.

 

The total cost of complying with your request is £922.50. 

 

This sum has been calculated as follows:

 

Each of our 123 schools’ Business Managers or equivalent would be required
to carry out a search of their records to determine the nature and number
of reported incidents in the year. Allowing only 30 minutes for each
school to complete this process would equate to 61.5 hours of work.

 

Estimated number of records to be located, retrieved and provided – 123
schools’ records

 

Number of staff hours involved – 61.5 hours (123 schools x 30 minutes
each)

 

Charge per hour - £15.00

 

Total cost - £922.50

 

The Council appreciates that you may not have been aware of the size and
scope of the information that you requested the Council provide you with
as a result of your request. It may be possible to provide you with a
portion of the information that you are seeking. If you wish to discuss
this option further, or have any other queries, please do not hesitate to
contact me. Please note that requests revised in this way are considered
as new requests under the legislation.

 

Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

 

Q3. Do staff in any of your schools receive training on dealing with LGBT
issues and from whom (e.g. from a specific external organisation or the
council)?

 

A3. The information which is held centrally is provided below. As detailed
above, any further recorded information is held within each school.
Therefore, unfortunately, we are unable to provide you with this part of
the information you have requested as the cost to the Council of locating,
retrieving and providing you with the information exceeds the statutory
maximum of £600.

 

• Information in the following table was sourced from LGBT Youth Scotland:

 

Training Log 2015-16

 

Name of training Date Length of Organisation No. people
training trained
Transgender CPD 18^th July 1 hour Trinity Academy 64
2015
LGBT Awareness 23^rd November 3.5 hours Leith Academy 15
2015
Transgender CPD 29^th January 2 hours Additional Support 16
2016 for Learning
Transgender CPD 29^th January 1.5 hours Trinity Primary 22
2016 School
LGBT Awareness 10^th June 16 Half day Currie High School 16
LGBT Awareness 29^th Jan 2016 2 hours LGBT ASL Team 16
CPD
Transgender 15^th August 2 hours LGBT ASL Team 167
awareness 16 CPD
LGBT Awareness 16^th August Half Day Prestonfield 21
Primary School
Trans Awareness 30^th 2 hour CPD Currie High School 33
September
Transgender 24/10/16 One hour Boroughmuir High 85
awareness School
Also LGBT Anti-Bullying Training  was delivered at Leith Academy to 25
staff from the following schools:

o   Currie

o   Tynecastle

o   Trinity

o   Gracemount

o   Firrhill

o   Royal High

o   Broughton

o   Leith

 

• A CEC Equalities Officer - led a session for our Depute Headteacher
Pupil Support Network (secondary) on 25 January 2016 where “Supporting
Transgender, Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Young People in our Services. A
Guide to accompany the Policy and Procedures to Prevent and Respond to
Bullying and Prejudice 2013” was discussed.

 

• Two Pupil Support Staff in secondary schools take part in Sexual Health
and Relationships Education training which is provided by the Healthy
Respect Team NHS.

 

• Forrester High School have offered an optional CPD for staff via
in-house training and were invited to the LGBTi business meeting. Their
lead teacher on this has spoken to the cluster staff on a CAT afternoon.

 

• Please see below a list of the courses advertised through our CPD
Directory from 2011 – 2013.

 

The Course CF0252 was provided by the City of Edinburgh Council in
conjunction with LGBT Youth.

 

The Course CF1736 was provided by City of Edinburgh Council.

 

In relation to the above CPD courses please refer to below table showing
the schools from which individuals booked on to the courses. These were
not whole school training opportunities but offered to people to book on
to. Duplicate schools show more than one person attending from that
school.

 

Event Name: CF0252 Gay, Lesbian and
Event Name: CF1736 'That's so gay': Bisexual Pupils: Supporting Young
Challenging Homophobia in Schools People through the Coming Out Process
training was run between
Event Start Date: 10/05/2013 8.11.11-20.6.13
Tynecastle High School Portobello High School
Firrhill High School St John's RC Primary School
Forrester High School Forrester High School
Broughton High School Gracemount High School
Leith Academy Currie Community High School
Trinity Academy Wester Hailes Education Centre
Liberton High School Drummond Community High School
Ratho Primary School Drummond Community High School
Liberton High School Gorgie Mills School
  Gorgie Mills School

 

Q4. Have any of your schools either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or
completed the registration process with LGBT Youth Scotland's School
Charter Mark?

 

A4. Unfortunately I have been unable to trace any centrally held
information regarding LGBT Youth Scotland's School Charter Mark. If this
information is recorded I hope to have the relevant service’s response by
18/07/2017. Please accept my apologies that I am unable to provide you
with a definitive response at this time.

 

Q5. For clarity and to put the above into perspective, please indicate the
total number of schools in your council.

 

A5. There are 88 Primary Schools, 23 Secondary Schools and 12 Special
Schools.

 

To promote transparency and accountability, please note it is the
Council’s policy to publish all request details and responses made under
the freedom of information legislation. This information will be made
available through the Council’s website and will not include your personal
details. The disclosure log is available at the following link:

[2]http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/homepage/175...

 

Your right to seek a review

 

I appreciate that our decision may disappoint you and I am sorry that we
have not been able to release all the information you requested on this
occasion. If you are unhappy with the way we have dealt with your request,
you can ask us to review our actions and decisions by writing to:

 

Head of Strategy & Insight

The City of Edinburgh Council

Waverley Court Business Centre 2:1

4, East Market Street

Edinburgh

EH8 8BG or,

Email: [3][email address]

 

Please note that your request must be in a recordable format (email,
letter, audio tape etc.), and that you have 40 working days upon receipt
of this letter to ask for a review. You will receive a full response to
your review request within 20 working days of its receipt. Please quote
the reference number above in any future communications.

 

If you are not content with the outcome of the review, you can ask the
Scottish Information Commissioner to review our decision. You must submit
your complaint to the Commissioner within 6 months of receiving our review
response. The Commissioner can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner

Kinburn Castle

Doubledykes Road

St Andrews

Fife

KY16 9DS

Telephone: 01334 464610

Fax: 01334 464611

Website: [4]www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal

Email: [5][email address]

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Iain Burden

Information Rights Officer

 

 

Information Governance Unit

Level 2:1, Waverley Court, Edinburgh EH8 8BG Tel 0131 200 2340

[6][Edinburgh City Council request email] [7]www.edinburgh.gov.uk

 

 

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Afternoon Mr Davidson

 

Further to my e-mail below, I have received some additional information
regarding schools which have either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or
completed the registration process with LGBT Youth Scotland's School
Charter Mark. Although our searches revealed no centralised data we have
now received the following information directly from LGBT Youth;

 

Schools currently registered for the charter mark;

 

Royal High School – registered only

 

Forrester High School – registered only

 

Trinity Academy – registered only

 

Wester Hailes Youth Agency – registered only

 

Leith Academy – awaiting assessment

 

Drummond Community High School – registered only

 

Currie Community High School – holds Bronze level

 

Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding to this part of
your request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Iain.

 

 

Iain Burden | Information Rights Officer | Information Governance Unit |
Strategy & Insight Division | Chief Executive | The City of Edinburgh
Council | Business Centre 2:1 | Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street,
Edinburgh, EH8 8BG | 0131 529 7578 |  [email address] |
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From: Iain Burden On Behalf Of Information Rights Officer 4
Sent: 17 July 2017 17:50
To: [FOI #411345 email]
Subject: FOI Request Response EDIR:15296

 

Mr Matthew Davidson

 

[3][FOI #411345 email]

 

Date: 17/07/2017

 

Our ref: 15296

 

 

Dear Mr Davidson

 

Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Partial Release of
Information

 

Subject: LGBT Issues in Education

 

Thank you for your request for information of 12/06/2017 and your
subsequent clarification of 19/06/0217, which has been processed under the
terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. Unfortunately,
the Council is only able to meet part of your request; this information is
released to you now. I shall address each of your questions in turn.

 

You asked the following:

 

LGBT Issues in Education in relation to data on ALL schools.

 

Q1. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted
at pupils, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name
and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

 

Q2. Please could you indicate the number of homophobic incidents targeted
at staff, reported in each of your schools (listed individually by name
and number) that were reported in the 2016 - 2017 academic year?

 

A1 and A2. We only hold information centrally for incidents that resulted
in an exclusion; this information does not differentiate between pupil and
staff. This information is only recorded for year 2016 where there were
four exclusions with a reason recorded as Homophobia / Sexual orientation.

 

In terms of all other reported incidents, this information is recorded
within each school. We do not hold information centrally for schools.
Therefore, unfortunately, we are unable to provide you with this part of
the information you have requested as the cost to the Council of locating,
retrieving and providing you with the information exceeds the statutory
maximum of £600.

 

Section 12(1) of the Act does not oblige a Scottish public authority to
comply with a request for information if the authority estimates that the
cost of complying with the request would exceed the statutory limit.

 

The total cost of complying with your request is £922.50. 

 

This sum has been calculated as follows:

 

Each of our 123 schools’ Business Managers or equivalent would be required
to carry out a search of their records to determine the nature and number
of reported incidents in the year. Allowing only 30 minutes for each
school to complete this process would equate to 61.5 hours of work.

 

Estimated number of records to be located, retrieved and provided – 123
schools’ records

 

Number of staff hours involved – 61.5 hours (123 schools x 30 minutes
each)

 

Charge per hour - £15.00

 

Total cost - £922.50

 

The Council appreciates that you may not have been aware of the size and
scope of the information that you requested the Council provide you with
as a result of your request. It may be possible to provide you with a
portion of the information that you are seeking. If you wish to discuss
this option further, or have any other queries, please do not hesitate to
contact me. Please note that requests revised in this way are considered
as new requests under the legislation.

 

Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

 

Q3. Do staff in any of your schools receive training on dealing with LGBT
issues and from whom (e.g. from a specific external organisation or the
council)?

 

A3. The information which is held centrally is provided below. As detailed
above, any further recorded information is held within each school.
Therefore, unfortunately, we are unable to provide you with this part of
the information you have requested as the cost to the Council of locating,
retrieving and providing you with the information exceeds the statutory
maximum of £600.

 

• Information in the following table was sourced from LGBT Youth Scotland:

 

Training Log 2015-16

 

Name of training Date Length of Organisation No. people
training trained
Transgender CPD 18^th July 1 hour Trinity Academy 64
2015
LGBT Awareness 23^rd November 3.5 hours Leith Academy 15
2015
Transgender CPD 29^th January 2 hours Additional Support 16
2016 for Learning
Transgender CPD 29^th January 1.5 hours Trinity Primary 22
2016 School
LGBT Awareness 10^th June 16 Half day Currie High School 16
LGBT Awareness 29^th Jan 2016 2 hours LGBT ASL Team 16
CPD
Transgender 15^th August 2 hours LGBT ASL Team 167
awareness 16 CPD
LGBT Awareness 16^th August Half Day Prestonfield 21
Primary School
Trans Awareness 30^th 2 hour CPD Currie High School 33
September
Transgender 24/10/16 One hour Boroughmuir High 85
awareness School
Also LGBT Anti-Bullying Training  was delivered at Leith Academy to 25
staff from the following schools:

o   Currie

o   Tynecastle

o   Trinity

o   Gracemount

o   Firrhill

o   Royal High

o   Broughton

o   Leith

 

• A CEC Equalities Officer - led a session for our Depute Headteacher
Pupil Support Network (secondary) on 25 January 2016 where “Supporting
Transgender, Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Young People in our Services. A
Guide to accompany the Policy and Procedures to Prevent and Respond to
Bullying and Prejudice 2013” was discussed.

 

• Two Pupil Support Staff in secondary schools take part in Sexual Health
and Relationships Education training which is provided by the Healthy
Respect Team NHS.

 

• Forrester High School have offered an optional CPD for staff via
in-house training and were invited to the LGBTi business meeting. Their
lead teacher on this has spoken to the cluster staff on a CAT afternoon.

 

• Please see below a list of the courses advertised through our CPD
Directory from 2011 – 2013.

 

The Course CF0252 was provided by the City of Edinburgh Council in
conjunction with LGBT Youth.

 

The Course CF1736 was provided by City of Edinburgh Council.

 

In relation to the above CPD courses please refer to below table showing
the schools from which individuals booked on to the courses. These were
not whole school training opportunities but offered to people to book on
to. Duplicate schools show more than one person attending from that
school.

 

Event Name: CF0252 Gay, Lesbian and
Event Name: CF1736 'That's so gay': Bisexual Pupils: Supporting Young
Challenging Homophobia in Schools People through the Coming Out Process
training was run between
Event Start Date: 10/05/2013 8.11.11-20.6.13
Tynecastle High School Portobello High School
Firrhill High School St John's RC Primary School
Forrester High School Forrester High School
Broughton High School Gracemount High School
Leith Academy Currie Community High School
Trinity Academy Wester Hailes Education Centre
Liberton High School Drummond Community High School
Ratho Primary School Drummond Community High School
Liberton High School Gorgie Mills School
  Gorgie Mills School

 

Q4. Have any of your schools either achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold, or
completed the registration process with LGBT Youth Scotland's School
Charter Mark?

 

A4. Unfortunately I have been unable to trace any centrally held
information regarding LGBT Youth Scotland's School Charter Mark. If this
information is recorded I hope to have the relevant service’s response by
18/07/2017. Please accept my apologies that I am unable to provide you
with a definitive response at this time.

 

Q5. For clarity and to put the above into perspective, please indicate the
total number of schools in your council.

 

A5. There are 88 Primary Schools, 23 Secondary Schools and 12 Special
Schools.

 

To promote transparency and accountability, please note it is the
Council’s policy to publish all request details and responses made under
the freedom of information legislation. This information will be made
available through the Council’s website and will not include your personal
details. The disclosure log is available at the following link:

[4]http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/homepage/175...

 

Your right to seek a review

 

I appreciate that our decision may disappoint you and I am sorry that we
have not been able to release all the information you requested on this
occasion. If you are unhappy with the way we have dealt with your request,
you can ask us to review our actions and decisions by writing to:

 

Head of Strategy & Insight

The City of Edinburgh Council

Waverley Court Business Centre 2:1

4, East Market Street

Edinburgh

EH8 8BG or,

Email: [5][email address]

 

Please note that your request must be in a recordable format (email,
letter, audio tape etc.), and that you have 40 working days upon receipt
of this letter to ask for a review. You will receive a full response to
your review request within 20 working days of its receipt. Please quote
the reference number above in any future communications.

 

If you are not content with the outcome of the review, you can ask the
Scottish Information Commissioner to review our decision. You must submit
your complaint to the Commissioner within 6 months of receiving our review
response. The Commissioner can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner

Kinburn Castle

Doubledykes Road

St Andrews

Fife

KY16 9DS

Telephone: 01334 464610

Fax: 01334 464611

Website: [6]www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal

Email: [7][email address]

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Iain Burden

Information Rights Officer

 

 

Information Governance Unit

Level 2:1, Waverley Court, Edinburgh EH8 8BG Tel 0131 200 2340

[8][Edinburgh City Council request email] [9]www.edinburgh.gov.uk

 

 

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