Pictured: Nigel and Sally Rowe have instructed a legal team to challenge their sons' school's transgender policies
Christian parents are preparing to sue the Government over the transgender guidelines issued at their sons' school which they argue 'confused' them so much they had to be home schooled instead.
Nigel and Sally Rowe have objected to the guidance being given at their two sons' Church of England school and instructed a legal team.
Lawyers for the couple have written to the Government stating they intend to seek a judicial review of what they say is a failure by ministers to challenge the local authority's transgender guidelines, according to the Times.
The Cornwall Schools Transgender Guidance states that transgender pupils 'should be able to wear the uniform of their true gender'.
It adds: 'Provided the child is dressing in an appropriate manner for the school regulations, feels safe and supported and the clothes they are wearing are appropriate for them, there should not be an issue.
'Where children are free to choose clothing, making a transition from M2F (male to female) or F2M (female to male) may be harder as the change in clothing may be more obvious.'
Nigel and Sally Rowe, who live on