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Supporting pupils who are trans: governors' role

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updated on 14 November 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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Your school has a legal responsibility to support pupils who are trans or gender questioning. Understand how you should monitor compliance with these duties, what you should expect to see in your school's provision, and what you should consider in your own practice.

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Contents

  1. 1 Your school's legal responsibilities
  2. 2 Your responsibilities as a governor
  3. 3 What you should expect to see in your school's provision
  4. 4 What to consider when working with pupils who are trans
  5. 5 Organisations offering further support
  6. 6 Model trans policy and self-assessment checklist 

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