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Schools Breakfast Club - Changing the rules: gender issues and pupil policies - 16th January 2018

Tuesday 16th January, 2018 |
Wrigleys Solicitors, 19 Cookridge Street, Leeds

FREE SEMINAR

In the first of two seminars looking at gender issues in schools we shall discuss admission and segregation of pupils on the ground of sex following the Al-Hijrah case and the potential equality issues arising from school policies which impact on gender, including use of school facilities and school uniforms. Our second session in March 2018 will focus on practical issues and case studies relating to the support of transgender pupils.

THIS EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE

Please recommend this event to your colleagues

Programme

Registration and breakfast

Presentation

Sue King, Partner and Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

Detention

The opportunity to network and ask questions of the Wrigleys team

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