We have developed comprehensive guidance for schools, in consultation with teachers, child protection and welfare professionals and lawyers. Our aim is to arm schools with all the relevant facts so that teachers feel more informed and confident in creating a safe school for all pupils, including non-conforming children and those who identify as ‘transgender.’ Our resource pack covers advice for school leaders, tips on how to create a school culture of acceptance of gender non-conformity without denying biological sex, communication, primary schools and secondary schools, existing safeguarding policies and guidance, the legal situation for schools, and a glossary of terms. We also include factual information about the social and medical transition of children, testimonies from young people who have desisted or detransitioned, and a statement from a teacher who has witnessed the increase in the number of young people identifying as ‘trans’ in their school. We have included a statement from the Lesbian Rights Alliance in recognition of the fact that the number of teenage lesbians who are choosing to identify as ‘trans men’ has recently grown so significantly. We have designed the document to be fully comprehensive and cover all areas because this is such a new phenomenon that teachers are facing and existing guidance is so one-sided, but each individual section may be printed out and used separately if needed. Download the Resource Pack here The document is free to download but any donation to the site would be greatly appreciated so that we are able to continue with this work! These documents on the impact of ‘gender identity’ ideology on children and adolescents are also available to download: Impact of Teaching Gender Identity to Children Impact of the Loss of Single Sex Spaces on Girls Impact on Adolescent Girls Early childhood and adolescence are crucial periods of identity development. These documents assess the influence of gender identity teaching at these distinct developmental stages: Child Development Adolescence Our alternative Science Museum exhibit (which we devised after the Science Museum was critisised for its exhibit which promoted the idea of pink and blue brains as well as “gender identity” orthodoxy) may help with ideas for lesson plans: http://www.transgendertrend.com/an-alternative-science-museum-exhibit-boy-or-girl/ The talk below was given as part of the Thinking Differently conference at the Conway Hall, London in July 2016.