The Christian Institute has voiced concern over reviews that educating on gender is affecting the grading of faculties by Ofsted.
The Telegraph reports that colleges have been downgraded by the regulator over an absence of educating on “gender variety”, “gender reassignment” and “gender identification”.
The newspaper analysed pre-Covid inspections and located that this concern featured “prominently” within the reviews of a number of colleges that did not obtain the highest grade.
The Christian Institute’s Education Officer John Denning mentioned it was flawed to downgrade colleges over their refusal to advertise radical transgender ideology.
Mr Denning mentioned: “Ofsted has had an extended historical past with Stonewall, inflicting main issues for some colleges with a non secular ethos and pushing a skewed method in all colleges.
“The content material of the curriculum is exempt from the Equality Act however academies and payment paying colleges in England are required by separate laws to advertise ideas which encourage respect for different individuals, paying explicit regard to the 9 protected traits set out within the Equality Act.
“Promoting respect for individuals is just not the identical as selling Stonewall’s view on the 2 protected traits of sexual orientation and gender reassignment, the one ones on which Ofsted typically feedback. Doing so breaches colleges’ duties of political impartiality and respect for fogeys’ and youngsters’s beliefs.
“Statutory steering on Relationships and Sex Education additionally tells colleges they need to ‘train about LGBT’, however that it’s as much as them to guage when to do that. There is not any requirement it’s coated in major colleges.”
The inspections analysed by The Telegraph pre-date Osted’s choice to go away Stonewall’s controversial pro-trans ‘Diversity Champions’ scheme final yr.
The Christian Institute mentioned the newspaper’s findings have been proof of the affect of “Stonewall dogma”.
Mr Denning added, “It’s about time Ofsted began focussing on inspecting colleges’ compliance with English regulation, not ‘Stonewall Law’.”