Happily Ever After aims to raise awareness amongst primary school children around homophobia, gender expectations and ‘difference’, promoting respect and understanding, and equipping children and teachers with a vocabulary around same sex relationships. We aim to equip schools teachers and teachers with a ‘tool kit’ to deal with the subject of homophobia and homophobic bullying. To find out more about bringing Happily Ever After to your school pleas get in touch with jess[at]actiontransporttheatre.org
It is every school’s responsibility, under the Equality Act 2010 to ensure that education meets the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans students and to protect these students from harassment or victimisation. Ofsted are looking at how inclusive and supportive schools are of LGBT students (and students from LGBT families). In September 2013, Ofsted produced guidance on what they are looking for during a Section 5 Inspection which ‘explores the school’s actions to prevent homophobic and transphobic bullying.
Promoting Diversity and Challenging Homophobia in Primary School training – January 2017please download more information here
For more information and for further training options, follow this link to The Proud Trust
More Useful Links for Schools
FAQs The Proud Trust Primary Schools Teaching Resource Pack Feedback from others teachers who have booked previously Watch The Documentary Images from the show School obligations - what the law and Ofted says
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