Examples of current webinars are:
- An introduction to gender identity and sexual orientation – law, policy, inclusive language and the impact this has on school life
- Environment and Curriculum Focus – exploring resources for all subject areas at all key stages. Exemplar lessons and assemblies
- How to integrate LGBT+ content into the whole curriculum: for nursery, primary and secondary teachers
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We regularly partner with Universities and Initial Teacher Training providers to ensure trainees have the knowledge and confidence to deliver an LGBT+ inclusive curriculum before they secure posts.
The sessions are relaxed, fun and interactive and empower trainees to firstly recognise discrimination and then go on to develop an intersectional curriculum where all are represented through the language and resources we use.
Trainees will leave with increased knowledge of law and school legislation, lots of curriculum resources including a booklist, lesson plans, posters and songs, display ideas, exemplar policies, how to increase visibility and engage with the school and wider community – plus having all their questions answered openly and honestly!
“A wonderful session with great ideas to take forward into school and classroom
I am much more aware of the legal obligations, however I am slightly more worried about getting the language wrong or making LGBT+ inclusive in my teaching.
This was an amazing session, so moving and powerful. Really enjoyed it and would love to participate in more sessions in the future. “
£200 for a webinar or lecture with downloadable resources and all accompanying materials
£500 for a package of three webinars over one academic year
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“I didn’t realise how little I knew on the different terminology used so thank you for that. Amazing session – Thank you so much “
“It was so nice to have someone talk on a topic that they were obviously enthusiastic and positive about, it really does make such a difference to a training session. In fact, it was so positive it never felt like training.”