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There is evidence to show that intended and unintended gender discrimination in schools can have a negative impact on the learning potential and life-chances. This webinar will explore the different ways and forms of gender stereotyping in society and in schools. Using real-life examples and case studies, we will explore how stereotyping can impact on the life chances of both girls and boys and look at strategies to combat this, such as, curriculum design and adapting the school culture.
A review of the origins of personal, internalised and institutional gender stereotyping
Understanding the impact of gender stereotyping in school and wider society on the life chances of all children, but particularly girls and young women
The consequences of everyday sexism
An analysis of unintentional ways schools may contribute to promoting gender stereotyping and discrimination
Advice and guidance on a whole school approach when tackling gender discrimination, inequalities and gender-based violence
Interesting and empoweringIncredible amount of statistics that I was shocked to hear. Lots to be done. But this webinar was incredibly interesting and empowering. Thank you.Lorna Finch, HLTA - The Fulbridge Academy
Great literacy ideasGood ideas to use in class and some that I will hopefully implement!Anila Hussain, Teacher - Elangeni School
Safeguarding the girlsvery informative, relevant, made lots of notes about things I am going to look out for around the school, especially displays! Many thanksChris Stone, - Robert Blake Science College
best informationgood to know about Gender differences & challenges.Seema Iftikhar, LO - Chapel Street Primary School
Empowering and Safeguarding Girls by Tackling Gender Stereotyping in SchoolsThe webinar has made me more aware of the language used in reference to girls within a classroom. Very thought provoking.Angela LEWIS, HLTA - Corley Centre
Gender EqualitySome scary statistics and lots to think about in terms of the 'hidden curriculum' of schools.Emma Pearcey, - Padnell Junior School
Such a relevant subject!Gender stereotyping is such an important subject to discuss. Great examples were given and showed the impact of gender stereotyping on women's life choices.Ana Lia Da Silva Ferreira, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
language is everything when wanting to start to change stereotyping.It was very depressing to hear that merchandising of toys is so gender- biased not to mention television. The #Metoo campaign is a now or never moment. We must grasp it with both hands for our girls.Frances Suc-Diamond, - St Angela's Ursuline School
Empowering and safeguarding girls by tackling gender stereotyping in schools.The seminar was very interesting. It gave lots of facts and figures about gender stereotyping you don't really stop to think about. It was very thought provoking.Tulin Kemal, - Lancasterian Primary School
Empowering and Safeguarding GirlsA great webinar to challenge your use of language and it’s impact.Stephanie Rendle, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
So much to think aboutSuperb incite into an almost impossible topic ripe for change. Great knowledge and presentation with plenty of though provoking questions and some suggestions for leading change. Thank you for presenting this.m watts, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
R HodsonExcellent webinar. I will definitely be questioning the gender stereotypes in the school I work in but in general within society and amongst other parents.Rachel Hodson, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Empowering and safeguarding girls by tackling gender stereotyping in schoolsThe video was very informative and help open my eyes it is not something we think about every dayAlthea Donalds, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
This webinar will help head teachers, school leaders and designated safeguarding leads (DSL) to understand their statutory duties in relation to safeguarding looked after children.
FREE: In this webinar Christina Leath, an experienced Head of Safeguarding and subject matter expert, will explore key points from the guidance and discuss how schools should look to strengthen current safeguarding practice and continue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their children.
This webinar will help to support governing bodies, school leaders, head teachers, PSHE / RSHE leads and subject leads around promoting and implementing British values into their school curriculum.
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