LGBTQ students
Our delivery is fun, interactive and explores all aspects of LGBT+ inclusion, actively engaging students in discussion with regards to language, law and social justice through films, group work, songs and books encouraging debate and to ask questions.

' The workshops were brilliant and were just what we were looking for. Feedback from both staff and pupils was really positive and kickstarted a great Rainbow Week in our school! Thanks for your help and we'll definitely be contacting you again in the future.'

Examples of current webinars are:
  • What is LGBT+? - Getting the language right in 2021
  • Identity - How to break the binary and be gender inclusive
  • LGBT+ inclusion - Law, history and intersectionality
Learning outcomes:
  • Develop an awareness of legal obligations surrounding LGBT+ inclusion
  • Develop an understanding of the impact of heteronormative language and discriminatory practices
  • Empower to challenge and effect change
  • Develop influencing and negotiation skills

Register here

A group of studetns wearing t shirts that spell out LGBTQ and a love heart


  • £150 per session
  • £600 for a full day

We are able to deliver these on any day of the week and can be flexible with times

Utilising Pupil Voice through your PRIDE Youth Network

Copy of a tweet from Laura a school teacher

Copy of a tweet from St Benets Ouston

'Very important to introduce young children to all of this language and to not be sheltered like I was. Thank you'

Copy of a tweet from St Benets Ouston

' I just wanted to say how happy we are for our daughter to be educated and informed about the importance of celebrating differences from such an early age! In our family everyone is perfect and loved,  just as they are. I think it's a wonderful message of kindness and acceptance. It can only be a positive thing to do. Thank you.'  (Y4 parent)


Copy of a tweet from Manor Green Primary school

'Loved the session, so important to include this in the curriculum! Very helpful and I love all the resources we can use in the classroom.'