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INSET training on homophobic bullying

This video follows a Year 9 lesson which involves activities to help children challenge attitudes about sexuality. It also focuses on an INSET session with Tony Fenwick, co-chair Schools OUT. Part of the series School Matters, from the Teachers TV video archive.

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Lesson: Countering Homophobia

Countering Homophobia Posted Fri Jun 28 14:27:48 PDT 2002 by Helen Rogers ( n/a, Pittsfield, MA Materials Required: Name-calling worksheet and soccer balls Activity Time: 60-90 minutes Concepts Taught: Multiculturism, tolerance, diversity COUNTERING HOMOPHOBIA: A LESSON PLAN The lesson plan below was adapted from a plan developed by Polly Kellogg. Objectives: 1) To sensitize students […]

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DfES 2002 :Education for All – Tackling Homophobia in Schools

A four page report by Stonewall, a charity that works for equality and justice for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Bullying causes permanent damage to young people and blights the schools and colleges where it takes place. Homophobic bullying effects everyone whatever their orientation. This report gathers together damning statistics that shows homophobic bullying is […]

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DfES 2004: Stand Up For Us (Challenging Homophobia in Schools)

This document was published in 2004 and became an exciting step forward in the fight against homophobia. What Stand Up For Us did very well was in providing school leadership teams a step by step provision map of how they could challenge homophobia and create an inclusive environment in their own schools. It starts on […]

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DCSF 2009: Sexist, Sexual and Trans Bullying (Safe to Learn)

Guidance for schools on responding to sexist, sexual and Trans bullying from the DSCF. Safe to Learn is a Department for Education (formerly the Department for Children, Schools and Families, or DCSF) suite of guidance on that offers an overview of the role of schools in tackling bullying, and support and information to schools.As well […]

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