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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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Key Stage 3/4 PSHE and English: Speaking and Listening – The Ballad of David Peters (1 lesson)

Key Stage 3/4 PSHE and English: Speaking and Listening – The Ballad of David Peters (1 lesson)

Andy Conner is a Birmingham-based poet and teacher. His work has featured in a range of publications and he has one anthology, ‘Red’ (Dynamic Press), published. A second collection is being prepared for publication. He is also the author of ‘Once’ (Dynamic Press), a teen fiction novel. Andy has a long track record as a [...]

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SRE: What can SRE do for us?

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. [...]

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SRE: Relationships

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 [...]

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SRE: B is for Boys and Binary, G is for Girls and Gender

This lesson features the ‘Luton homophobia’ incident filmed by the then BBC 3 Counties Radio DJ Iain Lee in January 2015. Iain and another DJ from the station, Justin Deeley, walked hand-in-hand through the centre of Luton in an experiment to gauge public reaction. They were shocked by the negativity shown buy people -particularly young [...]

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