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This was, apparently, in response to an incident when she was ‘looking at pictures of people with different eye colours and said “yuk not black” and discarded all the black faces, then said “I want a boy”.’‘Our city-wide approach enables us to work with schools to address issues and provide support where needed,’ he said.‘This helps tackle bullying in the most appropriate way.The first page — running to several hundred words — offers teachers no less than nine separate tick-box options with which to describe the bullying.With each option, examples are given of language or behaviour that might have been used.‘I refused to sign it, and I told the teacher that in no way did I agree the comment was racist. He always likes to ask questions, but that doesn’t make him a racist.’It was a point echoed by Karl Turner, Labour MP for Kingston-upon-Hull East.‘It seems the matter has been taken out of all proportion, and common sense seems to have gone completely out of the window,’ he said.I didn’t mean it to be nasty”.’It turned out that while in the playground Elliott had approached a four-year-old boy and asked him whether he was ‘brown because he was from Africa’.
He discovered that in 2012-13, schools had reported some 4,348 incidents to the 13 authorities.
File picture‘They said as this is the 2nd time she has made a “racist” remark it will be put on record and reported to the council,’ she wrote. My daughter is NOT racist, she is five years old, she has coloured family members and family friends. I spoke to my daughter and she does not understand what she has done wrong . ‘As a result, they are looking for examples of racist or homophobic comment which may not in fact mean anything to the child.‘The enforcers of these politically correct positions need to justify those positions: they look for evidence and find what they are looking for.
It is a bit like witch-finding — they are seeking out examples to justify their position.’ With the end result, of course, that pupils find themselves being treated like criminals.
For ‘gender identity’ bullying, the words suggested are ‘sissy/butch, she/he, gender bender’.
Another category is ‘home circumstances’, where bullying might involve the use of the words ‘chav’ or ‘posh’.