Black History Month is just around the corner, and in a year with so much discussion and awareness of racial injustices around the world and at home, it feels as important as ever. Which means schools will also be feeling increasing pressure to get it right. I want to address some of the barriers that might stop schools from engaging with Black History Month, sharing top tips for doing it justice.
The murder of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer and the subsequent protests against systemic racism and oppression will be impacting heavily on children in the UK. This blog provides tips for talking to children and young people about race and racism.
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 thrilled to announce the launch of its online services and our latest Annual Review! Annual Review 2019-20 It has been a busy and exciting year for EqualiTeach and we’re pleased to share with you our latest Annual
As anyone who’s ever familiar with tales of genies knows, wishes don’t often run smoothly and the crisis that we are currently living through has the potential to exacerbate existing inequalities and impact more heavily on young people who are already more disadvantaged by the current system.
It is the impact, not intent, that is important as allies. The challenge is not to remain stuck but to see allyship as an opportunity to acknowledge and address the change that is needed within ourselves and the world around us.
EqualiTeach have launched a free educational resource for schools based on the good practice developed throughout the Free To Be programme.
Recent feedback from many staff training sessions indicates a lack of understanding and confidence around asexuality. This blog aims to deliver clarity and equip school staff to respond to questions and incidents effectively and knowledgeably.
EqualiTeach and the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation: Promoting Gender Equality and Tackling Sexism in St Neots Schools
EqualiTeach is delighted to announce an exciting project running in St Neots schools this half term, courtesy of funding from the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF).
For the sixth year running, EqualiTeach in partnership with Islington Council will be delivering equality workshops to young people in schools throughout Islington.
On Monday 16th December, young people from four Luton schools (Beechwood Primary, Chantry Primary, Riverbank Primary and Tennyson Road Primary) took to the stage in front of an invited audience of over 100 people at Venue 360. The young people
Toxic masculinity can therefore be thought as a version of masculinity expressed through a rigid and negative understanding of what ‘being a man’ means.