Wednesday 18th November 2020 Diversity Role Models’ (DRM’s) Pathways to LGBT+ Inclusion: Report is out today with some stark statistics revealing some schools are still failing to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students. Read the full report: Pathways To LGBT+ Inclusion
There are far too many examples where a student has crossed the line and used the internet to stalk or abuse a teacher, and in some circumstances, the opposite has also been the case.
LGBT+ Objects showcases material from across UK museums which reveals the diversity of ideas about gender and sexuality throughout world history
The first resource of its kind, Inclusion Matters provides background on English state and independent schools’ statutory obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and explains how these schools are formally assessed on diversity by Ofsted and the Independent Schools Inspectorate. The guide shows how case law supports parents and carers having a voice in shaping a school’s commitment to diversity.
These posters were produced by Kit Heyam of York LGBT History Month in response to requests from schools in York for resources to help make LGBT history visible in the curriculum.
The paucity of LGBT teaching resources and materials for adults in Further Education, especially for ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) could hinder the development of a more inclusive curriculum offer.
This blog offers some ready made , easy to download lesson plans and teaching resources along with links to useful organisations and research.
Patterflash! is a literary variety show, combining the best traditions of live literature with all the energy and verve of queer performance.
Survey of NUT Members who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual – The LGB survey covers issues such as:Being ‘out’ at work, Challenging homophobic behaviour in your school/college, Barriers faced in your teaching career due to homophobia
John Vincent’s book is a useful and pretty comprehensive look at what happed in the UK in both the law and culture on LGBT people and issues since 1950.
2013 is the 25th anniversary of the arrival of the reviled censorship law Section 28, and the 10th anniversary of its repeal. As part of our commemorations we have created a bank of resources covering the 15 year period that Section 28 was in place.