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Controversial LGBT Education Charity that Encouraged Toddlers to Question Their Gender and Wanted to Ban ‘Sir’ and ‘Miss’ in Schools Shuts Down

Controversial education charity Educate and Celebrate that encouraged three-year-old toddlers to question their gender and wanted to replace ‘Sir’ and ‘Miss’ with gender-neutral terms in schools has mysteriously shut down. The Mail has the story.

LGBTQ+ charity Educate and Celebrate was founded by Dr. Elly Barnes, a teacher who received an MBE for her contribution to equality and diversity in education but has since seen her charity and herself rocked by scandal.

When it was running, Educate and Celebrate said it hoped to “embed gender, gender identity and sexual orientation into the fabric” of organisations including primary schools.

However, after a series of controversies – from encouraging three-year-olds to question their gender to pushing to replace  ‘Sir’ and ‘Miss’ with gender-neutral terms – the charity has shut down.

Its latest accounts reveal a deficit between expenditure and income of more than £30,000.

The charity formally asked to close itself down on January 3rd. It will now be removed as a registered charity on the Government website in three months.

When approached by MailOnline, the charity wouldn’t confirm the exact reason it had shut down but suggested its work was not finished.

The chair of trustees Julie Bremner – who was a civil servant for 31 years – said: “It was our decision to close the charity.

“We are all long serving teachers, school leaders and academics who have dedicated our careers to inclusion in education.

“We will continue our much-needed work through new projects.” …

In 2017, the charity put books encouraging children to question their gender on their reading lists for nurseries and primary schools – meaning kids as young as three would be reading them.

Just last year, a teacher was filmed reading children one of the books at a school in St Albans. …

In 2021, the charity became embroiled in a bitter dispute between a fee-paying boarding school and a Christian chaplain who was sacked [after] refusing to chant “smash heteronormativity”.

Reverend Dr. Bernard Randall, 51, from Long Eaton, Derbyshire, did not join in the “chant” when urged to do so by the leader of Educate and Celebrate Dr. Elly Barnes during a session at the independent Trent College in Long Eaton, Derbyshire. 

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