(There are no attainment targets for KS1 PSHE. We have used the end of key stage PSHE statement to guide the objectives) More info on how we set objectives see The VisiAble Method. Learners are taught to celebrate the difference in people by recognizing the different qualities that each person has. Gender identity and gender […]
The present government is very keen to eradicate homophobic and transphobic bullying in schools. To that end they have created: Charter for Action to stamp out LGBT discrimination in sport The Charter has four points: We believe that everyone should be able to participate in and enjoy sport – whoever they are and whatever their […]
Includes details of And Tango Makes Three and King & King & Family, books upon which two of our Schools OUT lessons is based. http://www.armory.com/~web/gaybooks.html
Lesson Focus: Bully Free Zone for ‘No Name Calling Week’ Subject: Suitable for PSHE and Citizenship work Overview: This lesson helps students begin to think about what a school without name-calling and bullying might look and sound like. Students will engage in a guided fantasy activity on this topic, and will then extend their ideas […]
This toolkit provides detailed information on how to celebrate LGBT History Month in a primary school. To download the toolkit as well as further examples for celebrating the month in your school, please visit this page on the LGBT History Month website.
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