Educate and Celebrate
Educate & Celebrate is a UK based charity with the vision 'Making schools and organisations LGBT+Friendly' that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans. For information, resources and model policies to support schools to become LGBT inclusive click here.
Stonewall is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights charity in the United Kingdom. For free resources to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in education environments and help create more inclusive spaces click here.e
Stonest practice, toolkits and resources
LGBT History Month
The overall aim of LGBT History month is to promote equality and diversity for the benefit of the public.
This is done by:
- Increasing the visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) people, their history, lives and their experiences in the curriculum and culture of educational and other institutions, and the wider community;
- Raising awareness and advancing education on matters affecting the LGBT community;
- Working to make educational and other institutions safe spaces for all LGBT communities; and
- Promoting the welfare of LGBT people, by ensuring that the education system recognises and enables LGBT people to achieve their full potential, so they contribute fully to society and lead fulfilled lives, thus benefiting society as a whole.
Unicef – In Search of Safety
This resource aims to allow teachers to help their students – primary (age seven upwards) and secondary – make sense of the current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe, within a children’s rights framework. A range of films, images and information is provided to help you explore this topic with children and to bring the activities in this resource to life. For more information click here.
Christian Aid. Follow this link to access easy to use assemblies and classroom activities/games which encourage pupils to engage with world issues and reflect on their role as citizens. For more information click here.
UNICEF. This site provides a range of curriculum resources for early years, primary and secondary practitioners to support the teaching of children’s rights and global citizenship. For more information click here.
This links provides access to a range of materials such as lesson plans, assemblies and resources to support global education. For more information click here.
Refugee Awareness - My Bright Kite
Nola offers practice based refugee awareness workshops and bespoke child refugee awareness training and talks nationally and overseas to:
- Children, young people and staff in schools and youth settings
- College and university students
- Professionals and organisationsworking with children and communities (universal and targeted)
- Parents, carers social workers and fostering teams
- Actors, artists, writers, creative directors and journalists
- Community and civic society groups and NGO's
- Organisations that provide services for refugee communities
Mermaids is passionate about supporting children, young people, and their families to achieve a happier life in the face of great adversity. We work to raise awareness about gender nonconformity in children and young people amongst professionals and the general public. We campaign for the recognition of gender dysphoria in young people and lobby for improvements in professional services.
The PSHE Association is working with the Government Equalities Office (GEO) on its anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying project. The project aims to reduce the incidence of HBT bullying in primary and secondary schools in England by transforming the culture of how schools prevent and respond to HBT bullying. Six organisations and consortia have been funded to carry out this work. Please click on the link to download resources.
FREE Stonewall Resources Best practice toolkits and resources
Weekly News Resource linked to Global Education, SMSC & British Values
Learning from the world around us!
Each week we choose a current news story, provide an image, a thought-provoking question and a variety of teaching resources. Find out more here