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PSHE – I’ve Always Wanted to Know…

This is the 2nd lesson in the PSHE series designed to eradicate homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying in schools. Following up on the terminology given learned in lesson 1, this uses a FAQs format and an answer sheet to discuss terms and demonstrate how some terms are unacceptable and change over time. It also [...]

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PSHE – Alphabet Soup

This PSHE lesson is the first of 10 at KS3 designed to eradicate Homophobic, Biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying. It sets out the terms used to describe sexual orientation and gender variance and explains why there are so many. It also uncouples sexual orientation and gender variance, asserting that the two are not connected. There’s [...]

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KS1 PSHE – Vincent the Vixen

KS1 PSHE – Vincent the Vixen

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 Downloads: KS1-Vincent the Vixen-PowerPoint KS1-PSHE-Vincent [...]

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LGBT+ Objects

LGBT+ Objects showcases material from across UK museums which reveals the diversity of ideas about gender and sexuality throughout world history, together with free lesson ideas for using each object as the basis of LGBT+ focused discussions with young people (in PSHE, RSE, other school subjects or out-of-school youth activities). The resources were developed by the [...]

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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 [...]

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