Schools OUT UK are proud of working with The Proud Trust to spread Schools OUT UK concepts of usualing, actualising and realising.
The Rainbow Flag Award partner organisations are thrilled to have the blessing of Sue Sanders and Schools OUT UK, to offer a complementary website to The Classroom, by developing and building on their great work, and offering you LGBT+ inclusive and LGBT+ specific lessons here.
Schools OUT UK are delighted to announce that as part of a grant we have secured from Comic relief, Schools OUT UK will be producing updated virtual resource for the classroom in 2021.
Both the partnership with The Proud Trust and Comic relief will enable teachers to easily access resource to ensure an inclusive education for all.
We are now gearing up for LGBT+ History Month 2021!
The theme for next February is ‘Body, Mind, Spirit’ and like the last few years, is linked to a National Curriculum subject. We are visiting PHSE for a second time.
Follow LGBT+ History Month on Facebook to find podcasts, webinars and videos exploring our LGBT+ness.
Given our current pandemic situation we can’t take anything for granted, so we are exploring how to be flexible and thinking of new ways of communicating. Keep visiting the website and our social media.
The Proud Trust work book that supports the 2020 theme is here. They will publish the 2021 version in due course.
In the meantime, we hope you keep safe.
In solidarity, The Schools OUT UK team
NO OUTSIDERS IN OUR SCHOOLS / RECLAIMING RADICAL IDEAS IN SCHOOLS – REVIEW
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
Given the controversy over Andrew’s work in Parkview School I thought it was wise for Schools OUT UK to review his books and explore his work. Andrew and I have known each other for many years as I was a consultant on the original No Outsiders project started by Dr. Elizabeth Atkins in 2006.
Andrew has drawn heavily on their original project that was aimed solely at challenging homophobia and widened it to, as we say in Schools OUT UK, educate out prejudice, and has designed the project to enable his students and parents to consider all the protected characteristics:
· gender reassignment
· being married or in a civil partnership · being pregnant or on maternity leave · disability
· race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin
· religion or belief
· sex and
· sexual orientation.