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4 smiling primary pupils signing an EqualiTeach pledge, promising to tackle bullying in their school.

Press Release: Bucks Youngsters Become ‘Agents for Change’

Over 100 young people from 27 Buckinghamshire schools came together to explore how they can help reduce bullying in their schools at our ‘Agents for Change’ events. Between Monday 25th September and Wednesday 27th September 2017, 9 and 10 year

Agents for Change: Working together to stop racist, disability-related and homophobic bullying in schools.

Agents for Change: anti-bullying events in Buckinghamshire

EqualiTeach is running three “Agents for Change” anti-bullying events for Year 5 pupils in Wycombe, Aylesbury and Amersham on Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th September 2017. Each event will be attended by 40 young people and 10 teachers from 10 local schools.

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Valuing Teachers: Teaching Universal Values

Teachers from across Birmingham and the West Midlands gathered at a special event at the City’s Council House for the launch of a new classroom resource on World Teachers’ Day (5 October). The annual event is an opportunity to highlight

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EqualiTeach Annual Review 2015-2016

EqualiTeach Annual Review 2015-2016 Our Annual Review 2015-2016 is now available to download. We’ve had a brilliant year, so join us in looking back over our work with young people, responding to current events, and introducing new team members. You’ll also

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Education Newsletter Summer 2016

EqualiTeach Newsletter Summer 2016 Download our latest Education Newsletter. This edition contains ideas of how schools can support young people in the wake of the EU referendum, a personal perspective on how schools can promote LGB equality from our new

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