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WATCH: How schools can help transgender pupils

Felix Barber, 16, addresses teachers at the International Festival of Learning in Suffolk

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Felix Barber, 16, addresses teachers at the International Festival of Learning in Suffolk

A transgender student has given schools and teachers advice on steps they can take to help transgender pupils.

Felix Barber, a 16-year-old who identifies as a transgender male, came out at the age of 14 after knowing that he was a boy inside since the age of 4.

He is now in year 12 at Felixstowe Academy sixth form in Suffolk, and last year set up an LGBTQ+ group.

At this week's International Festival of Learning at West Suffolk College he gave teachers a presentation on what they can do to help transgender pupils.

Watch his advice here:

 

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