Schools

 

These training sessions are specially designed to suit the vast needs and requirements of schools and their students. They enable schools to better support their LGBT+ students, and to create a culture of inclusion and accepting while meeting their Ofsted requirement to tackle HBT bullying.  Want to make an enquiry or book a session in your school? Get in touch.

Staff

LGBT 101 for schools staff

Understand gender and sexuality, and the challenges faced by LGBT+ young people

Supporting LGBT+ Students

Be equipped with the tools and confidence to support your LGBT+ students

Trans inclusion in school

Develop the confidence to support trans students in your school

Challenging HBT bullying

Understand and challenge homophobic, biphobic, and transphoic bullying

Primary students

LGBT 101 for primary students

Accessible LGBT+ education for your students

Gender diversity

An exploration of gender and gender roles

Exploring stereotypes

Exploring stereotypes and what they mean

Families and identities

Learn about different types of families

Secondary / Further education students

LGBT 101 for students

Understand gender and sexuality, and the challenges faced by LGBT+ peers

Trans awareness for students

Feel confident with terminology and understand the complexities of gender

HBT bullying for students

Develop confidence to challenge homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic bullying in school

Understanding stereotypes

Explore and identify stereotypes, understand the purpose of stereotypes and explore their impact

Same sex parenting awareness

Raise awareness of diverse families and the barriers to parenting for LGBT+ people

Inclusive sexual health

An inclusive approach to sexual health education for all students

Healthy relationships

Explore healthy relationships, understand consent and boundaries, develop confidence to take action in an unhealthy releationship

Alcohol and drug misuse

Understand alcohol and drug misuse in LGBT+ communities and explore risks

  • A huge thanks for the sessions that you delivered. Having outside involvement from professionals like yourselves truly enriches the curriculum for the students, especially on matters concerning PSHE.

    PSHE co-ordinator
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