Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 11 November 2023

Only in a world of insanity would this headline appear: School tells parents it will NOT be providing litter trays for pupils who identify as cats and warns ‘this kind of behaviour is not acceptable’

A school sent a letter home to parents to warn it is refusing to provide litter trays for any pupil ‘who might want to identify as a cat.’

The 1,000-pupil high school – boasting a string of famous alumni including Hollywood star Sir Anthony Hopkins and international rugby players – wrote to parents ‘regarding the use of litter trays’ alongside toilets.

West Monmouth School in Pontypool, South Wales was forced to contact mums and dads to deny claims that cat litter trays are set to be provided for ‘furries’ – pupils identifying as pets.

Baffled parents received the letter to say there would be no provision for ‘pupils who might identify as an animal of any kind.’

Council chiefs said that special treatment for any pupil who identifies as ‘an animal of any kind’ was ‘not acceptable’.

The school was forced to contact mums and dads to deny claims that cat litter trays are set to be provided for 'furries' - pupils identifying as pets

Deputy headteacher of West Monmouth School, Claire Hughes wrote: ‘It has come to our attention that there appears to be a number of queries and concerns raised within the community regarding the use of litter trays at West Monmouth School.

‘I would like to take this opportunity to assure you that we do not and will not be planning on providing any litter trays at the school.

‘Whilst we are an inclusive and welcoming school, we do not make any provision for any pupils who might identify as an animal of any kind.

‘This kind of behaviour is not acceptable at school and as such, no provision is in place at school, such as litter trays.’

This comes after ‘Britain’s toughest headteacher’ Katharine Birbalsingh warned in June that children identifying as cats are wearing ‘tails and ears’ in class.

The Government also investigated Rye College in East Sussex where a 13-year-old girl was branded ‘despicable’ by her teacher for rejecting her fellow pupil’s request to be identified as a cat.

But the school said in June denied it allows students to identify as animals, saying that ‘no children’ enrolled there ‘identify as a cat or any other animal’.

Ofsted later carried out an inspection of Rye College after an intervention by equalities minister Kemi Badenoch.

Mrs Badenoch urged Ofsted to take action over alleged ‘safeguarding issues’ and claimed the teacher, who told two 13-year-old girls there are ‘lots of genders’, breached the legal requirement for political impartiality in classrooms.

An Ofsted spokesman stressed at the time it was not investigating ‘specific incidents’, adding: ‘We considered the letter from the minister as a complaint, alongside others, and followed up with the school and other relevant agencies.’

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