This lesson follows on from Young Gifted and Gay at KS2 and is the first of two one-hour lessons. The second lesson will include a film about a black by in a Paris suburb who is outed and forced to confront a secret about himself. It prepares pupils by asking them to think about a […]
This lesson follows on from the previous lesson and shows the fim that we were building towards in part 1. It’s about challenging norms and stereotypes, particularly around gender, particularly with regard to the negative, prejudiced and anti-social behaviours to which they lead. The purpose is to help pupils understand how breaking away from peer-led […]
This lesson builds on work already covered in KS3 on gender. It introduces pupils to non-binary identities and the pronouns some people prefer to identify themselves by, whilst reminding them that identity is personal and it is your choice as to how you identify.
Peter Tatchell explains why he thinks Sex and Relationships Education and lessons in Equality and Diversity are essential subjects in school. And Sally Carr, Operations Director at The Proud Trust (formerly LGBT Youth North West) describes how she recognised her sexual and emotional identity when she was 21. This lesson usualises and actualises LGB people. […]
In this lesson Peter Tatchell sets out his vision for a school system that truly values equality and diversity. The idea of Gay-Straight Alliances is looked at. It also explores the story of how a gay couple, John and Corral, met in the 1970s. This lesson usualises and actualises LGB people. Learning Objectives: LO1 See […]
- NO OUTSIDERS IN OUR SCHOOLS Teaching the Equality Act in Primary Schools & RECLAIMING RADICAL IDEAS IN SCHOOLS Preparing Young Children for Life in Modern Britain By Andrew Moffat
- PSHE – Alphabet Soup
- KS3 – PSHE – Shark Bait
- KS4 – PSHE Omar: Young, Gifted and Gay 2 Part 1
- KS4 – PSHE – Omar: Young, Gifted and Gay 2 Part 2
SUBMIT YOUR OWN
If copyright is claimed in any photograph which appears on this website, please contact us and we will happily remove it.
Subscribe / Connect
Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates.