Why our curriculum needs to be LGBT+ inclusive and how we can do it – presented by Daniel Tomlinson-Gray
This session explores practical and easy ways to develop an LGBT+ inclusive curriculum across a range of subject areas with specific reference to the Ofsted framework of ‘intent, implementation and impact’.
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- LGBTed is a network of LGBT+ teachers and leaders, empowering them to be authentic in schools, colleges and universities, to support students and to be an advocate for increasing LGBT+ visibility in our education system. Follow on Twitter @LGBTedUK
- Statutory guidance: Relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education
- Mermaids – Helping gender-diverse kids, young people and their families since 1995
- What works in tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying among school-age children and young people?
- Webinar playback: Relationships, Sexuality & Gender for the classroom
- Webinar playback: Why has the DfE made RSHE statutory and why do we teach it?
- Webinar playback: From Reconnection to Resilience: The contribution of RSHE to children’s mental health
- The Queer Mental Health Workbook: A creative self-help guide using CBT, CFT and DBT
- LGBT Action Plan
- The new Ofsted framework for PSHE education
- RSHE curriculum overview
- Courageous Leaders: Supporting and celebrating LGBT school leaders
- A whole-school approach to supporting students with LGBTQ+ identities
- Knowledge Organiser kindly produced by David Lowbridge-Ellis
- Ofsted’s equality objectives 2020 to 2022
- This book is gay by Juno Dawson
- Big gay adventures in education by Daniel Tomlinson-Gray
- How to transform your school into a LGBT+ friendly place by Dr Elly Barnes & Dr Anna Carlile
- Read our blog LGBT+ Inclusivity in schools by Daniel Tomlinson-Gray
Daniel Tomlinson-Gray (he/him) is co-founder and director of LGBTed, a network aiming to increase the visibility of authentic LGBT+ role models in schools. Fully funded by TeachFirst, the LGBTed Proud Leadership programme has so far resulted in 75% or its participants achieving promotions in their schools as well as improving the school experience of vulnerable, LGBT+ young people. He is a full time teacher of English and Media Studies and editor of the book Big Gay Adventures In Education: Supporting LGBT+ Visibility & Inclusion in Schools published by Routledge and available from all book retailers.
Dr Alice Kirke, Publishing Manager, Chartered College of Teaching. Alice manages Impact and other publications across our platforms and has been working for the Chartered College of Teaching since June 2017. She has a PhD in the history of education from UCL Institute of Education, where she taught on the BA Education Studies programme.
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