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The Trans Inclusion Toolkit was distributed to schools by the Oxfordshire County Council
A high court judge has given the go-ahead for a full trial against the Oxfordshire County Council's transgender school board.
The Council's Trans Inclusion Toolkit said that children should be able to use toilets, changing rooms and accommodations for school trips, depending on the gender they identify with.
"A child or young person who is transsexual or who questions their gender identity is not a matter of protection or something where the child's parents or caregivers need to be informed," the toolkit says.
The lawsuit was filed by the parents of a 13-year-old girl and a teacher and is supported by the Safe Schools Alliance UK (SSA).
The case will be fully heard later this year after the High Court judge determined that the toolkit may be illegal.
SSA welcomed the judge's decision to bring the case to trial.
"This case is of crucial national importance. If the court decides in favor of the 13-year-old girl who takes legal action, other toolkits and resources with similar elements supported by Allsorts, Stonewall and others are likely to be illegal" , it was said.
"We would like to thank the teenager for taking this step to protect the security, dignity, and privacy of all girls."