Diversity Role Models has been selected by the Department for Education to deliver a programme which empowers England schools to take a stand against all forms of bullying, with training interventions and resources to ensure staff have the knowledge and skills to tackle and prevent bullying and create inclusive school cultures.
Secondary school pupils are more likely to be bullied because they are gay or thought to be gay than for any other reason, according to our new research on experiences of bullying. In primary schools, bullying is most likely to be for looking different or having differences.
The unique and powerful messages our role models share in these exclusive video resources allow teachers anywhere to educate about LGBT+ identities, the impact of bullying and how to embrace difference and include everyone.
Volunteers are at the heart of everything that we do. Whether you want to volunteer in school as a role model or facilitator, help out in the office, or lend us your professional skills, there are numerous ways you can help change a student's life.
In 2017/18 your donations helped us deliver 654 student workshops, to 19,000+ students and train 1,200 staff and governors. Become a regular donor or make a one-off donation to help us reach more schools and build a more inclusive education system.