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Equally Safe: Our Exciting New Anti-Bullying Programme

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.

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EqualiTeach is Recruiting!

We’re so pleased to be expanding our team with not one but two exciting roles! Senior Education, Training & Strategy Officer This role involves supporting schools to effectively promote equality, diversity & inclusion and achieve the Equalities Award, training teachers

EqualiTeach Response to the Sewell Report

In this video we outline our experience and evidence of tackling systemic racism in schools and commit to continue working towards an inclusive society where everyone is valued and able to achieve.

Black Lives Matter: EqualiTeach Statement

EqualiTeach, like many other organisations and individuals across the UK, has been powerfully impacted by recent events in the US, in particular the murder of George Floyd. Our hearts are with all of those mourning their loss, and those mourning

Online Services Now Live

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

EqualiTeach Statement on GEO and Free To Be Resource

EqualiTeach is proud to stand up for the rights of LGBT+ children and families and support schools to create equal and inclusive settings. From January 2019 to March 2020 EqualiTeach received funding to run a programme called Free to Be

EqualiTeach Covid-19 Response

(Updated August 2020) In response to the Government and Public Health England guidance, EqualiTeach halted all face to face delivery in schools and organisations on 17th March 2020. Our priority at all times is the health, safety and wellbeing of

Brand New Resource: Free to Be

EqualiTeach have launched a free educational resource for schools based on the good practice developed throughout the Free To Be programme.

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