Led by trained facilitators, alongside LGBT+ and ally role models, our thought-provoking secondary school workshops equip students with the skills to recognise, challenge and prevent gender and sexuality based discrimination, as well as to create a positive and inclusive school environment.
“I learnt so much from the session; new words, how it’s good to be different, how we can make people feel good or bad and loads more. I was inspired to talk to my sister, mum and even my dad about it"
- Year 7 Student
Students explore and address misconceptions around gender and sexuality. Role models share their lived experience which inspires students to explore the nature of stereotypes, the impact of discrimination and the key issues LGBT+ students face at school.
Workshops are adapted for different year groups to maintain relevant content. With sixth form students we also develop their knowledge, confidence and skills to become peer leaders that model inclusive leadership behaviours to the younger students, creating a safe and supportive environment for all.
For both secondary and primary we can also organise assembly workshops that work well as standalone sessions and are even more impactful as a follow up to our classroom based workshops to promote pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural (SMSC) learning development.
Secondary school workshops are £375 for a half day and £500 for a full day. Workshops last 45-60 minutes and can be adapted to meet your school's needs.
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