A Church of England primary school has refused to amend its extreme relationships and sex education lessons, despite parents raising safeguarding concerns.
Parents grew alarmed over lessons and materials introduced, without effective parental consultation, into Swanton Morley VC Primary School in Dereham, Norfolk.
The materials teach children as young as seven that people can be born a boy but feel like a girl, indicating they can be born in the wrong body.
The materials, delivered as part of Relationships, Health and Sex Education (RHSE), also encouraged pupils to take part in pretend same-sex weddings.
They included graphic illustrations of sexual intercourse and explanations of foreplay – aimed at children aged eight to nine.