Anti-Homophobic film makers win Diana Award

The Magna Carta School is delighted to announce that Duncan Lewry, Charlotte Hewitt, Hannah Wells, Cara Houghton and Molly Russell have been publicly honored with the Diana Award for their groundbreaking film Homophobia – Our Closeted Education.

Oldham based Theatre Company making waves Nationally, still largely ignored in home town.

Pink Triangle Theatre, who are officially two years old today, would like to share with you the monitoring results of our very recent performances / workshops at Wood Green Academy in Wednesbury. A bold and pro-active school who decided to tackle homophobia by having every single student and teacher watch our show and take part in our discussion workshops.

Tackling homophobia in schools

How teachers can make their schools LGBT-friendly by Elly Barnes.
I became actively involved in LGBT (which stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans) work in 2005 as a direct result of challenging the widespread homophobia in my school by co-ordinating LGBT History Month.

Schools Minister Condemns Negative Use of the Word ‘Gay’

Schools Minister Nick Gibb has attacked the use of the word ‘gay’ as a codeword for dysfunctional in our schools. At an Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) meeting he told the audience: “The negative use of the word gay is unacceptable. It is homophobic bullying and must be stopped.”

Cameron and Milliband support for LGBT History Month

Both the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition have given their support for LGBT History month. This gives our work on the subject of history and equality in schools a massive boost.