We are delighted to announce the launch of our new anti-bullying programme, Equally Safe. Funded by the Department for Education, the programme will see us working with 240 schools to embed best practice in preventing and tackling identity-based bullying.
N, 14 “As a young mixed-race girl growing up in the UK… I believe that it is important that we recognise that the UK is not innocent, racism is sadly still very prevalent in our society… Alex, 14 “…there are
EqualiTeach is delighted to be working in partnership with Islington Council for the fifth year, offering fully-funded equality workshops to schools in Islington. Workshops are available for students in years 3-6, covering various topics relating to equality. The following workshops
By Frankie Stephens This Anti-Bullying Week, EqualiTeach is pleased to be facilitating critical thinking workshops with 26 year five and six classes across London and the South East of England. It’s fantastic that schools are taking steps to tackle discrimination,
Trans issues have never been more at the forefront of public discussion than over the past month. The government’s consultation into the Gender Recognition Act has just closed and, as the deadline got closer, anti-trans activists stepped up their campaign
I was a couple of months off sitting my A levels when I was diagnosed with dyslexia. Despite some obvious indicators throughout my schooling and a conversation with a teacher, who admitted the possibility of my having dyslexia had crossed
“I don’t think that Halle Berry could have a disability, she’s really pretty and I’ve seen her in films and she’s not in a wheelchair or anything, she can do stuff” “James Cracknell looks normal, so he can’t be disabled”