Engaging Activities that Encourage Understanding and Acceptance
EqualiTeach delivers workshops with young people on many different aspects of equality, diversity and inclusion.
Workshops are interactive, engaging and tailored to different age groups, abilities and learning needs. We work with primary, secondary, special schools and youth groups, colleges, pupil referral units and alternative provisions.
Fun and Interactive
All of our workshops include a variety of activities and discussion points to ensure that they are fun and engaging.
Workshop activities are designed to get young people thinking, reflecting and talking, building their confidence and supporting them to develop and share their ideas and opinions.
Inclusive and Safe
Our facilitators take time to build rapport and create a safe and inclusive environment for workshops to take place.
This is an important part of our workshops as it allows us to address controversial and emotive topics with young people in an environment where everyone is able to contribute without fear of judgement or being put into an unsafe position.
Tailored and Accessible
We liaise with schools in advance to ensure our resources are tailored to meet the needs of the young people we’ll be working with so all participants can access the learning.
We have a range of tried and tested tools and techniques for differentiating our resources and delivery, whether delivering to young people at a special school, to mixed ability groups at a mainstream school, or for pupils who have English as an Additional Language.
Inspiring and Empowering
Whilst our workshops are often covering topics which can feel heavy and emotive, we ensure our content focusses on equipping young people with skills to navigate these topics, building empathy, and empowering young people to have their voices heard and create positive change.
Educating about disability and tackling disability-related bullying.
Celebrating Different Families
Celebrating different families and tackling homophobia.
Exploring the power of language and considering the harm of inappropriate terminology.
Faith in Us
Understanding and challenging Islamophobia.
Home from Home
Understanding migration and related issues.
Outside the Box
Understanding gender, challenging stereotypes and tackling sexism and sexual harassment.
Exploring identity and challenging racism.
Developing critical thinking skills, challenging stereotypes and misinformation, and exploring the dangers of extreme groups.
Developing critical thinking skills, challenging stereotypes and misinformation.
Workshop Delivery Formats
Get Started with Equality and Diversity Workshops
Agents For Change
A whole school approach
Full Packages for Education Settings
You can take advantage of any combination of services. A fully tailored package could include various workshops and training sessions, developing action plans and ongoing support for a whole-school approach.
- Equality auditing and consultancy
- Training and workshops
- Online sessions and e-learning
- Equalities Award
Equality and diversity training for teachers, trainee teachers, support staff, senior leadership teams and governors. We provide people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to promote equality and tackle discrimination in their settings.
The Equalities Award
The Equalities Award is an online auditing tool providing the opportunity to review, benchmark and celebrate a school’s work on equality, diversity and inclusion. The Award includes one-to-one support from an equality expert for your school and brings added benefits such as training and workshop discounts.
Resources for Educators
A range of resources available to download free of charge, providing information, guidance and support on issues of equality and diversity. Resources include lesson plans and activities for educating young people about topics such as LGBT+ equality, sexism and sexual harassment, gender equality, Islamophobia and disability.
Consultancy services to create positive change in promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in schools. Our support includes stakeholder consultation; data analysis; advice on developing equality objectives and action plans; and reviewing policies and procedures.