Tackling Homophobia in Schools

Stonewall has extensive resources designed for tackling homophobia in schools, including material specifically prepared for primary schools, secondary schools, further education and higher education.

Stonewall’s website lists the following links to material presented at the Stonewall Education Day (8th July, 2016):

Facebook & Stonewall Guide

Please pass the following guide on to young people you work with.

Tackling LGBT abuse online

Staff stream

1 | Tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic language in your school 

2 | Setting up LGBT groups for young people

3 | Celebrating difference in Early Years and primary schools

4 | Managing the relationship between LGBT inclusion and faith (No presentation)

5 | Tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) pupils

6 | Gender difference and stereotyping in primary schools

7 | Working in partnership to tackle homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

8 | Winning over staff and parents 

9 | Promoting positive mental health and well-being among LGBT young people

10 | Inclusive Sex and Relationship education

11 | Supporting trans pupils and students

12 | Creating campaigns to tackle homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

13 | Going for Gold: take it to the next level in 2016

14 | Building an inclusive curriculum

15 | Empowering LGBT staff in school 


Youth Conference

1 | Exploring trans identities

2 | Promoting positive mental health and well-being for LGBT young people

3 | Workshop: Stepping up as a role model

4 | Role model panel: Not just LGBT

5 | So what about the ‘B’ in LGBT?

6 | Workshop: Campaigning as a young person

Opening session video