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Resources to promote LGBTQ+ Visibility and education within secondary school.

Resources to promote LGBTQ+ Visibility and education within secondary school.
LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Science
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LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Science

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A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. This set contains 6 LGBTQ Heroes from the field of Science. This set is included in some of the Bundles available on my shop, which also contains other faculty collection for school wide promotion.
NEW Pride Month/Diversity Week Assembly 2022
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NEW Pride Month/Diversity Week Assembly 2022

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Hello! This is my KS3 and KS4 assembly for this year’s pride month/diversity week in schools. This assembly focuses on ideas about Pride and being Proud, and the importance of celebrating Pride for the LBGTQ+ community. You could also use this assembly with the top of KS2, but you may need to edit some of the timeline slides to make it more age-appropriate. The slides are mostly self-explanatory but there is some guidance within the notes section on the slides to help you deliver the assembly should you need it, as well as an explanation slide at the beginning of the powerpoint. Thank you so much for celebrating Pride with your students! The Ally Teacher
LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Music
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LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Music

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A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. This set contains 5 LGBTQ Heroes from the field of Music. This set is included in some of the Bundles available on my shop, which also contains other faculty collection for school wide promotion.
LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Art
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LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Art

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A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. This set contains 4 LGBTQ Heroes from the field of Art This set is included in some of the Bundles available on my shop, which also contains other faculty collection for school wide promotion.
KS1 KS2 Primary Assembly Pride Month
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KS1 KS2 Primary Assembly Pride Month

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KS1 KS2 Primary Assembly Pride Month This is an assembly with guidance notes for presenting. The first part of the assembly consists of an explanation of what Pride is and why it is important for us to celebrate it, and the second part has some examples of famous and notable LGBT + people from both modern times and history.
Equality Pride Month Assembly LGBTQ
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Equality Pride Month Assembly LGBTQ

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A powerpoint for the celebration of Pride Month which focuses on equality and LGBTQ rights. Could be used for assemblies, remote learning assemblies, PSHE lessons, tutor times and registration. Containing: What is equality Equality in the UK The history of Section 28 Equality around the world How to be an Ally
LGBTQ Heroes Display- English
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LGBTQ Heroes Display- English

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LGBTQ Heroes Collection- English A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. This set contains 6 LGBTQ Heroes from the field of English Literature. This set is included in some of the Bundles available on my shop, which also contains other faculty collections for school wide promotion.
KS4 Pride Month Powerpoint
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KS4 Pride Month Powerpoint

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A Pride Month powerpoint aimed at year 9/10/11 and older that can be used as an assembly, in tutortime or registration, or as a resource for PSHE lessons. The powerpoint covers topics such as: What is Pride? The history of Pride What has changed since the StonewallRiots Why don’t we have Straight Pride? LGBTQ in modern culture Straight Allies How to be an ally Where to go for further information
What is Transgender SRE Lesson
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What is Transgender SRE Lesson

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A lesson all about what “Transgender” means in line with the new RSE Curriculum. Also contains talking points for students, discussions about gender, how to be an ally, and signposting to charities and organisations which can help support students and their families.
LGBTQ+ History Month- AID's Crisis Assembly/Lesson
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LGBTQ+ History Month- AID's Crisis Assembly/Lesson

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This is a resource designed for commemorating the AIDs crisis, as part of LGBTQ+ History Month during February. This resource could be used as an assembly, a tutor time presentation, or as a lesson. It should take between 20 and 25 minutes to deliver in full, so if used as a lesson you may wish to add some written tasks (some suggestions are given in the powerpoint itself). There are detailed notes in the notes section of each powerpoint slide, to aid delivery and help with background knowledge in case the students have questions. The final slide has space for you to include and signpost in-school support that is specific to your school, as well as some AIDS and LGBTQ+ youth charities you can also signpost students towards.
Cher Frere Blanc French Lesson
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Cher Frere Blanc French Lesson

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This is a French lesson focusing on the poem Cher Frere Blanc (Dear White Brother). Containing multiple activities for the poem, print outs, and notes in the PPT for teacher. A great resource year round but especially during October for Black History Month.
LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Languages
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LGBTQ Heroes Collection- Languages

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A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. This set contains 6 LGBTQ Heroes from the field of Languages- these are people from Spanish, French and German backgrounds. This set is included in some of the Bundles available on my shop, which also contains other faculty collection for school wide promotion.
KS3 Pride Month Powerpoint
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KS3 Pride Month Powerpoint

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A powerpoint presentation about LGBT Pride Month to be used in assembly, tutor time or formtime, or a PSHE resource. The powerpoint covers why we have pride, why we don’t have straight pride, the origins of pride, the pride flag design, how to be a straight ally, examples of famous straight allies, LGBTQ community in modern culture, where to go for advise if you or someone you know is affected by the issues and some facts and statistics about equality.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month Assembly June 2021 KS3 KS4
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LGBTQ+ Pride Month Assembly June 2021 KS3 KS4

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An assembly resource with teacher notes to help with delivery. This assembly guides students through what Pride parades mean to different people and the history of pride, as well as looking at where the world is now in terms of LGBTQ+ rights and legalities. Includes some history of Stonewall and some statistics about current legality in different countries.
LGBTQ Heroes- all faculties Pride/Diversity Week
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LGBTQ Heroes- all faculties Pride/Diversity Week

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A collection of posters to be used as corridor displays or in classrooms, especially useful ahead of Diversity Week and as part of Pride month. These can also be used to promote LGBTQ visibility year round, or could be used as tutor time discussion prompts or as part of PSHE lessons. This set contains: 4 posters for Art 5 posters for Business and Computing 6 posters for Design Technology 6 posters for English 7 posters for Humanities 6 posters for Languages 4 posters for Maths 5 posters for Media 5 posters for Music 5 posters for PE 5 posters for Performing Arts 5 posters for Science
Black History Month LGBTQ+ Heroes Posters Display
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Black History Month LGBTQ+ Heroes Posters Display

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A set of 13 posters featuring Black POC LGBTQ+ Heroes from lots of different walks of life and industries. Can be used as part of Black History Month celebrations or as a standalone display on their own. Laverne Cox- actress Janelle Monae- musician RuPaul Charles - drag queen and tv personality Lil Nas X- rapper Nicola Adams - boxer Alvin Ailey - choreographer and dancer Alice Walker - author Audre Lorde - poet Jason Collins- basketball player Alicia Garzea- BLM co-founder Dr Craig Poku- Physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein- Scientist Dr. Bayard Rustin- Political Figure
SRE Sex Relationship Education Understanding Trans and Non-Binary lesson
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SRE Sex Relationship Education Understanding Trans and Non-Binary lesson

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A lesson to be used in conjunction with the new SRE curriculum informing students about trans and non-binary and what those things mean. Includes lots of information slides plus lesson activities and a writing task at the end of the lesson, plus plenaries in the lesson and at the end. A great lesson for use with all secondary year groups to help them to understand trans and non-binary terms and pronouns.
National Coming Out Day Tutor Time PPT
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National Coming Out Day Tutor Time PPT

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This is a PowerPoint which could be used either as an assembly or as a tutor time/registration time activity. It explains the meaning behind National Coming Out Day and why it is important, includes real life coming out stories from celebrities and other LGBTQ people, and has a slide which includes charities that young people can go to for support and advice. The slides finish with a copy of Dean Atta’s poem How To Come Out As Gay from the book The Black Flamingo.
LGBTQ Pride Month KS3 KS4 Bundle
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LGBTQ Pride Month KS3 KS4 Bundle

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This is both of my LGBTQ pride slides available for KS3 and KS4. They can be used for assemblies, tutor or registration time, or as part of PSHE/RS/Life Skills lessons. The KS3 power point contains the following: what is Pride? where did Pride start? what does the Pride flag mean? LGBTQ in modern culture Why don’t we have straight pride? What still needs to happen 5 ways to be an ally Further The KS4 power point contains the following: What is pride? Where did Pride start? What were the Stonewall riots? What happened after Stonewall? LGBTQ in modern culture Why don’t we have straight Pride? What still needs to happen? 5 ways to be an ally Further Information