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In this webinar, multi-award-winning educator and LGBTQ+ inclusion advocate, Shaun Dellenty, details a proven and highly effective process of sustainable, cultural and organisational change that will have benefits for all stakeholders. Shaun draws on his own personal experiences of child-hood homophobic bullying. He also highlights relevant case studies and goes on to describe tried and tested teaching ideas from schools he has worked with in the past.
Establishing personal and organisational attitudes, intentions and rationale
Statutory and OFSTED expectations
Developing strategic direction for sustainable cultural and organisational change
Teaching and learning strategies
Celebration and dissemination of best practice
Excellent - very clear, comprehensive and informative.Lots of excellent ideas and strategies to take to my SLT meeting.Ruth Moy, Teacher - King Edward VI Aston School
A View from the Other Sidevery enjoyable and informative, was really heartening to hear Shaun include his past experiences in a sincere truthful account to support his subject. Good man, live and let live, many thanksChris Stone, - Robert Blake Science College
InformativeAn interesting and informative webinarMark Campbell, - Court Moor School
Superb!An insightful, open and honest Webinar.Jackie Watts, - Court Moor School
Very informativeThis was a very informative and educational webinar, which provided extensive advice on how to improve LGBTQ+ inclusion in schools. It is a long webinar, so ensure you have enough time and are sitting comfortably!Ellen Constable, Pastoral Assistant - Arthur Mellows Village College
LGBTQ+Raises awareness of supporting services you can contact for more help and advice especially from a young person’s perspective.Stephanie Rendle, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
ExcellentA really excellent webinar. Reaffirmed the good work our school is doing and gave me lots of ideas for moving forward.Matthew McGorry, - The Appleton School
Useful, valuable and humanEducative and touching. The fact that Shaun shared his experiences, made this webinar an amazing opportunity for us to celebrate diversity and inclusiveness with our pupils from early stages.Susana Gols Moreno, TA - Allerton Church of England Primary School
LGBT+As a young child, I experienced racism and name calling. Thankfully, I was raised by forward-thinking parents who made it very clear to me that I was to treat all members of our society with love, respect and kindness. Thank you for this Webinar.s lloyd, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
LGBTQ+ Inclusiveness for SchoolsInteresting, thought provoking and helpful. Thank you.Helen Smith, Acting Deputy Headteacher - Broke Hall Community Primary School
LGBT+ Inclusiveness for SchoolsSuperbly informative, given me a lot better understanding of how to ensure schools are a safer environment for LGBTQ+ pupils and how all pupils can improve their awareness and acceptance. Lots of ideas given too.Joe Lawton, - West Hill School (SK15 1LX)
LGBT+This has taught me that we are who we are and being different is ok and that we need to support individuals as such.Donna Wilson, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Delivering a LGBT inclusive PSHE and RSE curricuiumVery informative and we must respect peoples choicesAlthea Donalds, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
Dyane Clark-Court Moor School, Specialist Teacher & Assessorextremely insightful and valuable information.Dyane Clark, - Court Moor School
Very informativeEnjoyed this webinarJennifer Copley, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
This is a long webinar but goes so quickly because the person who delivers it is so passionate about the content.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
LGBTQ+Well delivered interesting webinar.Francesca O'Neill-Trelore, - Lytham Hall Park Primary School
In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how schools can effectively develop and integrate a RSHE curriculum that is responsive, reflective of the current environment and will comply with statutory DfE requirements.
In this webinar, mental health and wellbeing expert, Anna Bateman, will help school governors, senior leaders, headteachers, DSLs, Mental Health Leads, teachers and support staff to understand the new changes to the guidance.
This webinar will provide headteachers, deputy heads, subject leads and teachers with an understanding of unconscious bias and the actions they can take to mitigate its impact.
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