Workshops for Young People

EqualiTeach deliver workshops with young people on various aspects of equality. 

Workshops are interactive, engaging and tailored to different age groups, abilities and learning needs. We work with primary, secondary, and special schools as well as colleges and pupil referral units.

We have a robust Coronavirus Risk Assessment to enable us to work with your students safely when face-to-face delivery is possible. 

A selection of our workshops are available as pre-recorded sessions that can be completed at home or at school. Find out more here.

All Inclusive

Educating about disability and tackling disability-related bullying in KS2-5.

Celebrating Different Families

Celebrating different families and tackling homophobia for students in KS2.

Cross Words

Exploring the power of language for students in KS3-4.

Faith in Us

Understanding and challenging Islamophobia for students in KS2-4.

Home From Home

Understanding migration and related issues for students in KS2-4.

Outside the Box

Understanding gender and challenging stereotypes for students in KS2-4.

Reject Racism

Exploring identity and challenging racism for students in KS2-4.

Second Thoughts!

Developing critical thinking skills for students in KS3-4.


Developing critical thinking skills for students in KS2.

Agents For Change

We run various Agents for Change projects, bringing together young people from different schools to explore an issue and action plan ways to tackle it in their schools as Agents for Change. Previous projects have tackled Islamophobia, bullying and sexism.

Funding Offers

We are pleased to be able to offer fully funded Think! and Second Thoughts! workshops in partnership with several local authorities.

Get in touch to book for the following areas:
Barking and Dagenham, Brent, Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Lambeth, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, Westminster.


EqualiTeach’s work was independently evaluated by Manchester Metropolitan University. The organisation also carried out an internal evaluation of its products.

Bring EqualiTeach to your classroom

Everyone is equal and everyone should be respected and I want to help.
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Faith in Us workshop

The Equalities Award

The Equalities Award provides support and guidance for schools to effectively promote equality, diversity and inclusion and allows schools to showcase their commitment to equality.
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Teacher, staff & board member training

EqualiTeach deliver training for teachers, trainee teachers, support staff, senior leadership teams and governors, providing them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to promote equality and tackle discrimination in their settings.
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