Award Winning Youth Film Tackles Prejudice in Sport

    Members of a Liverpool youth group have won a European award for a short film exploring discrimination and inequality in sport.   Young people aged 13 to 16 from GYRO (Gay Youth ‘R’ Out), a group for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), made the one-minute film, called ‘Sport […]

Welcome to IDAHO

Today is International Day against Homophobia (IDAHO) and the theme is “Combatting homophobia and transphobia in education and through education”. With that in mind Schools OUT is doing loads of stuff to celebrate. Today co – chair Sue Sanders is running a pilot enrichment course with PGCE students at Manchester Metropolitan University to enable students to […]

Rainbow Film Seminar in Norway

LGBT History Month co-chair Tony Fenwick talked about the work of LGBT History Month and Schools OUT at the end of April in Norway, following Educate & Celebrate’s Elly Barmes’ presentation at an LGBT Rights seminar in Turkey at the end of the previous month. The seminar, held in the Norwegian coastal resort of Kristiansand, piloted the work […]

Pink News Report on Schools OUT Conference

The Schools OUT 2012 Conference – which featured how to raise trans issues, disability issues, an OFSTED speaker, the leader of the National Union of Teachers, workshops on our latest method The Classroom, the European Rainbow film project and youth workshops, has been reviewed extensively by Adrian Tippets in Pink News. Read it here (part […]

Schools OUT Conference: Educating OUT Prejudice through the LGBT Lens

Schools OUT Annual Conference 2012  Saturday 4th February 9.30 am – 6.00pm RADA Studios (Formerly The Drill Hall) 16 Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX To register call the box office: 020 7307 5060 Fees Until Jan 26 2012 Student or Unemployed £10, Retired £15 Individual £40 Organisation £50 After Jan 26, 2012 Student or unemployed […]