Using the book “Vincent the Vixen” (A Truth & Tales Story), this lesson is designed to develop tolerance and empathy within a classroom environment, to ensure that gender nonconforming children have the freedom of self-expression in a secure environment. This lesson was planned by Mermaids and adapted by The Classroom
Safe to Learn: Embedding anti-bullying work in schools The guidance is split into 3 sections 1) Advice for Governors 2) Advice for Senior Head and Management Staff 3) Advice for Teachers and School Staff Each section covers: The Legal Framework Recognition Prevention Responding Monitoring To downlaod the pdf, click on the image.
This toolkit shows how to celebrate LGBT History month in primary and secondary schools. It was produced in 2007 by Norfolk County Council to celebrate LGBT History Month. Primary Secondary
This is a lesson formulated for Key Stage 1. It is aimed at examining the word love, how love is a unifying factor in the world’s major religions and looking at love’s many forms and its role in the formation of human relationships. This lesson also challenges the generalised social uses of the word love […]
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