Headmistress Carol Chandler-Thompson said she and her pupils are having 'intelligent conversations' about introducing gender-neutral toilets following pupils' suggestions
A top all-girls private school is considering introducing gender-neutral toilets despite having an entirely female cohort in case any want to transition.
The £16,000-a-year Blackheath High School in south-east London is considering the switch after students raised the matter having discussed transgender issues in class.
Headmistress Carol Chandler-Thompson said pupils raised the issue of changing the signage on lavatories with her and are having 'intelligent conversations' about it.
The discussions come amid major renovation work on the campus, set in the leafy London suburb where nearby properties sell for in excess of £3.3 million.
Mrs Chandler-Thompson said: 'We are in the middle of a giant building project. If we are introducing a single toilet why would you put a gender