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.
By Georgina Manning: firstname.lastname@example.org Recently I took my daughter to see ‘In Conversation: Queer Perspectives’ at the National Portrait Gallery. Queer Perspectives is a quarterly event hosted by resident artist Sadie Lee, where she invites guests who identify as LGBTQI
By Sheza Afzal: email@example.com Parents are Protesting Recent media attention has highlighted parents’ protests outside schools last term, with the biggest demonstration at Anderton Park primary school in Birmingham. An estimated 200 protesters picketed at the school gates, holding banners and
EqualiTeach are thrilled to announce the launch of our latest Educational Resource. Outside the Box supports schools to take a whole school approach to promoting gender equality and tackling sexism and harassment and is available completely free of charge. We
he past decade has seen many huge advances in the fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) equality in the UK…However, the path to equality doesn’t run smooth, and recent events have shown that there is no place for complacency, that victories won are not necessarily assured forever and there is still a long way to go.
EqualiTeach is delighted to announce that we have received funding from the Government Equalities Office Anti-HBT Bullying Fund to deliver Free to Be: a programme of work to support 30 London primary schools to be able to create LGBT+ inclusive environments, embed LGBT+ equality
By Frankie Stephens – firstname.lastname@example.org 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
By Sheza Afzal: email@example.com The principle aim of teaching history at school in Key stages 1-3 is “to introduce students to major events that shaped British history” and to “know and understand the history of these islands as a coherent,
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
By Jen Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org As teachers, many of us have been there – delivering a wonderful lesson in which the learning objectives are beautifully fulfilled, the differentiation has worked like a dream…but then completely out of nowhere a student