About site_admin@schools-out

Author Archive | site_admin@schools-out

Government Equalities Office to Fund 30 New PSHE and Citizenship Lessons From 2017 to 2019, 30 new PSHE lessons will be devised by the Classroom team and will be made available for free on the Classroom website. The lessons, supported and promoted by the Government Equalities Office (GEO) and the Department for Education (DfE), form a [...]

Read full story

Curriculum Subject Area Identities for Teaching Resources 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. Support was provided by Schools OUT UK and copyright advice by Simmons & Simmons. To view and download the posters, click here [...]

Read full story

Exploring LGBT Lives and Issues in Adult ESOL

This research addresses challenges for ESOL policy and practice raised within the new legal climate created by the Equality Act (DCMS 2010) with particular reference to sexual diversity. Practitioners have articulated concerns about engaging with LGBT issues at work, expressing varying degrees of knowledge and experience. The sensitive, if not potentially contentious nature of debates [...]

Read full story

The Proud Trust’s Resource Pack on Religion, Belief and Philosophy

GET YOUR FREE LGBT HISTORY MONTH RESOURCE PACK! The Proud Trust has teamed up with Schools OUT UK to bring you this free LGBT History Month Pack for February 2016. The theme of History Month is ‘Religion, Belief and Philosophy: A Leap of Faith’. The pack is full of handy session plans, ideas and a [...]

Read full story

Key Stage 3 – PE Lesson (rugby)

This lesson provides a good introduction to the game of rugby union. Skills focus on basic passing & receiving, outwitting the opposition and incorporate opportunities for discussion/interaction regarding fitness, both skill and health related fitness. Students have the opportunity to assess the effectiveness of skills   related to particular moves and to evaluate each other’s work. [...]

Read full story