Allsorts Youth Project – Top Tips for working with trans and gender-exploring young people

  Written by the Young People of Transformers, Allsorts’ Trans Youth Group, with support from staff. This resource has been created in collaboration with the young people at Allsorts’ Transformers Group. We thank everyone involved for their contributions and hard work. https://www.allsortsyouth.org.uk/ youth@allsortsyouth.org.uk https://uploads-ssl.webflow.com/5888a640d61795123f8192db/60b740aed7f57801c670d4c2_Top%20Tips%20for%20Working%20with%20Trans%20Young%20People.pdf

Why LGBTQIA+ representation matters in the Early Years

By Aaron Bradbury and Gary Coffey (from familiy.co) LGBTQIA+ Early Years Awareness Week is in it’s very first year, an idea Aaron Bradbury first had during the first lockdown in March 2020. To help raise awareness, he and Gary Coffey have written about why we need to stop being afraid of having conversations about LGBTQIA+ representation in the resources, forms, and language we use in Early Years You’ll get questions to ask families who identify as LGBTQIA+, ways you can …

New Schools Guide for LGBT+ Parents

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.

The Great Big Book of Families

The Great Big Book of Families is a brilliantly inclusive book that shows real families in an honest light. Each double page spread explores diverse family set ups and looks at different family experiences of subjects like jobs, school, holidays, pets, food and clothes. It has been bought by the Brazilian govenrment to be distributed in all thier primary schools. 91,000 copies!

Meet the UK teenagers forced from home for being gay

A charity says it’s seeing a growing number of under-25s asking for help after they’ve been made homeless due to their sexuality.

The Albert Kennedy Trust says there was such a demand they set up two temporary crisis centres in London and Manchester.

‘As lesbians, we needed a guidebook on parenting’

When Hannah Latham was pregnant, she felt as if she and her partner Rowena were the only people in the world in their situation. So she started up a magazine to help other LGBT families feel less isolated – The Guardian 14.09.13

Turing’s Sunflowers

Brief insights into how diversity in spiral pattens in sunflowers could be used to reflect on LGBT diversity in the school curriculum alongside Alan Turing as an LGBT role model.