School's Decision To Cancel Term 'Head Girl' Inspires Passionate Gendered Language Debate | GMB

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Published on 21 Jun 2021, 8:51
The role of head girl at one of Britain’s leading girls’ schools will be renamed because it is seen as “too binary”.

St Paul’s Girls’ School in Hammersmith, which charges pupils £26,000-per-year, is to rename the position to head of school after pupils asked for it to be given a more inclusive title.

Helen Semple, the deputy head of the school, gave a training session in April during which it was claimed that there are at least 150 different gender identities.
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