Factsheets, lesson plans and resources packed into an in-depth teaching pack from our main Schools OUT website.
20 Things A School can Do To Tackle Homophobia/Transphobia And Create Safer Spaces on page 16 offers practical advice to teachers and management.
For a more detailed analysis of this teaching pack, please check out our grading system with notes below.
|Best Fit for Usage: Upper KS2 KS3 KS4||Absolutely true||Almost true||Somewhat true||Not really||Not at all|
|No other resources needed||√1|
|No expertise in LGB T issues needed||√ 2|
|Other equalities strands||√4|
|No subject knowledge needed (where relevant)||√|
|Accessible to students at any level||√|
|Clear, measurable outcomes||√7|
|Follow up opportunities||√|
|Clear time frames||√9|
- Comes as a pdf. Pen and paper will be needed and some of the plans will benefit from larger spaces for children to use, to discuss and create circle spaces within.
- Comprehensive, but very dense user notes that cover many of the many LGBT issues. They are dated ( 1990’s).
- LGBT covered, as well as race and some referencing to disability. This document is a rare source of Trans information.
- See above.
- This is a very dated document in terms of both legislation and approach to lesson planning. That said it contains man y good ideas.
- Teacher notes are very dense and require careful reading. They do contain an excellent definitions section as well as useful question and answer sections.
- Plans not created in a modern format, they will need adaptation.
- As above.
- As above