Resources by EACH (Educational Action Challenging Homophobia)
Two resources to support teachers and those working with young people to open up a dialogue around homophobia, sexism and cyberbullying.
The Reach Teaching Resource has been designed to support teachers and those working with young people to open up a dialogue around homophobia, sexism and cyberbullying. The resource will enable teachers to explore and reflect upon pupils’ experiences, values and existing knowledge to effectively challenge prejudice-based bullying. The resource includes lesson plans, group activity prompts, information about National Curriculum Links and a DVD containing 13 short films.
EACH (Educational Action Challenging Homophobia) has produced the Reach Teaching Resource which is a comprehensive resource intended to help explore and challenge the vital issue of homophobic bullying.
It is based on substantial research into young people’s personal experiences and provides a range of high quality teaching and learning material broken into lessons appropriate for years 7 to 13 (Key Stages 3, 4 and 5). Much of the learning is 'open ended' allowing pupils to explore, clarify and challenge their own attitudes and values. In addition to lesson material (including age-appropriate film clips) the resource also provides two eye-catching A3 posters sending a clear message that homophobia is unacceptable in schools.
It meets the standards of the PSHE Association Quality Assurance Mark and we would recommend it for teachers seeking a route into exploring and challenging both stereotyping and homophobic bullying in a variety of contemporary forms.
The PSHE Association’s Subject Lead Nick Boddington says;
“This is a really powerful relevant resource tackling an issue of vital importance to all schools and colleges.”
How to get the resource
To register your interest in purchasing a copy of the resource please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details and institution’s address.
A whole-school resource including lesson plans, guidance materials and a pupil support plan to assist everyone working in schools develop best-practice concerning gender identity and sexual orientation matters for every pupil.
Covering Key Stages 1 to 4 you will find policy and practice guidance covering what the law says, teaching about LGBT+ identities and relationships, handling disclosures, staff training and development, improving anti-bullying policies and one-to-one support for LGBT+ young people.
In addition, seven primary school targeted lesson plans cover ‘celebrating difference’, families, relationships, gender awareness and LGBT+ people in history.
Nine secondary school targeted lessons plans focus on challenging homophobic, biphobic or transphobic language or bullying, lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans lives, social media, prejudice and gender.
With extensive material contributed by the Anti Bullying Alliance the intersection between HBT and disablist bullying is fully explored with practical strategies to assist the challenging of prejudice based bullying in every classroom.
Secretary of State for Education (2014-16), Nicky Morgan says:
“Inspiring Equality in Education is a fantastic programme led by EACH. It will help all schools better understand homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and deal with it effectively. These school resources for Key Stages 1 to 4 will play an important role in helping schools stamp out bullying.”
How to get the resource
Inspiring Equality In Education available to order from EACH’s website in professionally published ring-bound or digital formats. To purchase a copy click here.
This resource would support schools in teaching the following elements of the PSHE Association Programme of Study;
Key stage 3
- the similarities, differences and diversity among people of different ..... sex, gender identity...and sexual orientation and the impact of stereotyping, prejudice, bullying, discrimination on individuals and communities
- about discrimination, how to respond when being discriminated against and their responsibilities towards others who are experiencing discrimination
- to recognise bullying and abuse in all its forms (including prejudice-based bullying both in in person and online/via text, ....) and to have the skills and strategies to manage being targeted or witnessing others being targeted
- the support services available should they feel or believe others feel they are being abused and how to access them
- about the unacceptability of sexist, homophobic, transphobic ..... language and behaviour, the need to challenge it and how to do so
Key stage 4
- to think critically about extremism and intolerance in whatever forms they take
- about the unacceptability of all forms of discrimination, and the need to challenge it in the wider community (including the workplace)
Date uploaded: 04 Jul 2017
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