EqualiTeach’s resources have been carefully designed in collaboration with leading partner organisations.
A selection of our resources are included below for educators to use in their settings to promote equality, celebrate diversity and tackle discrimination.
Most of these documents are PDF files that can be downloaded, saved and printed. Some have resource guides which include accompanying documents, PowerPoints and worksheets.
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You can find video tutorials for a selection of the activities in our resources on our YouTube channel.
A collection of recommended anti-racism resources and tools.
Guidance is divided into categories including information on understanding privilege, support with educating and talking to young people about race and racism, learning about black British history and racism in the UK, as well as suggested campaigns and charities to support.
Free To Be
Celebrating LGBT+ Equality and tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia
This resource includes information and guidance on taking a whole school approach to embedding LGBT+ equality and tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in primary schools.
It was developed in collaboration with schools as part of our Free to Be programme.
Outside the Box
This resource includes advice and guidance on how schools can audit their current practice, review policies and make their school environment more inclusive, as well as providing lesson plans and activities designed to educate young people about gender and sexism in Early Years to KS5.
This guide supports educators to embed values education throughout the school in a cohesive and holistic fashion. The guide includes lesson plans and activities to enable educators to effectively teach values education to pupils in KS2-5.
Faith in Us
This resource includes information and guidance on how to teach pupils about Islamophobia, activities and lesson plans for young people in KS2-5, and how to recognise and respond to Islamophobic incidents.
It was developed in collaboration with young people on one of our Agents for Change programmes.
View the resource guide to find out more about the programme and to view more of their work.
Agents for Change
This guide is for any educator or educational establishment who is looking to tackle Islamophobia within their setting. It is based on the work undertaken by EqualiTeach on our Agents for Change: Islamophobia project in Luton in 2019. This project brought together 46 students from 6 schools across Luton. The key principles within this guide will apply to anyone undertaking a project-based initiative, be it internally or bringing together young people from different settings.
Think! Extension Activities
Activities for teachers whose students have experienced EqualiTeach’s Think! workshop. KS2.
Reflecting Diversity in the Classroom
A catalogue of 90+ recommended books for teaching about issues of equality and diversity. Early Years to KS4.