Questionnaires for use in schools
Obituary of Nancy Diuguid; actor, writer, director.
All teachers know that learning can only take place when the atmosphere is right. In addition to lesson suggestions tailored for LGBT History Month we are offering materials, prepared by experienced teachers, to assist schools in: ending the official invisibility of LGBT people in the school community and curriculum; developing policies that are respectful of […]
develop a toolkit for schools to use in combating transphobic bullying. The toolkit is available here.
Stoke Newington School has been celebrating LGBT History Month for several years now by integrating it to the curriculum. An account of the 2008 celebration of the month, together with pictures is available here. See also the related Powerpoint presentation at the bottom of the Schools section. Case Study: Stoke Newington School celebrates LGBT History […]
Two videos available from Women’s Educational Media. Both videos are American so specify European PAL format when ordering. – It’s Elementary. Teacher training video and resource pack – That’s a Family. PSHE video for KS1 and 2 Heads in the Sand…Backs Against the Wall David Watkins, a teacher, shares with us his thoughts and hopes […]
The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is an American organisation working to ensure safe schools for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. They provide a series of documents listed below: Teachers Resources for LGBT history Month Comprehensive booklist for schools Documents about changing schools Comprehensive school survey Other resources (including […]
Anti-Bullying Network, A Scottish website with information on homophobic bullying. Pushing Back at Bullying, New York Times article about an American project dealing with all kinds of bullying – 28 January 2007. Lesbians and gay men are…(jpg poster)
Stoke Newington’s School LGBT History Month Presentation 2008 (PowerPoint) Sexuality and Gender (Powerpoint) Definititions (Powerpoint) Sexuality and Homophobia – training (Powerpoint)