The theme for History Month 2014 is Music. To cover the LGBT range we have four ‘faces’ from the field of music – lesbian composer and suffragette Dame Ethel Smyth, gay classical composer Lord Benjamin Britten (whose centenery is being marked in 2013); bisexual blues singer Bessie Smith, and trans TV and film music composer […]
‘The trouser role’ or ‘Breeches role’ is a role in which an actress appears in male clothing (breeches being tight-fitting knee-length pants, the standard male garment in the classical era when breeches roles were introduced). In opera it can also refer to any male character that is sung and acted by a female singer. Most […]
(There are no attainment targets for KS1 PSHE. We have used the end of key stage PSHE statement to guide the objectives) More info on how we set objectives see The VisiAble Method. Learners are taught to celebrate the difference in people by recognizing the different qualities that each person has. Gender identity and gender […]
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