This half-day course aims to develop a whole-school ethos of LGBT+ inclusion.
Part One - An introduction to gender, sex and sexuality.
Part Two - Teaching Inclusively: This section looks at how we can engage with young people, free from assumptions about gender, sex and sexuality. LGBT+ issues should not be just standalone RSE lessons, but interwoven into everything that we do. The session will look at how mainstream RSE education can meet the needs of LGBT+ young people, and how we can give our entire student body the skills they need to safeguard themselves, and develop positive attitudes towards their sexual health.
Part Three - Homophobic, Biphobic, Transphobic (HBT) Bullying: This section will increase your knowledge surrounding LBGT+ young people, their experiences and their needs – as well as offer guidance on what do to if a young person tells you they are LBGT+ and how to tackle HBT language around the school.
Part Four - Exploring strategies and resources for making schools and lessons LGBT+ inclusive for pupils, parents and staff. We will finishing our session with an Inclusion Action Plan writing session for you to take back in to your school setting.
This course is available for all educational professionals but will be particularly useful for Senior Leadership who are interested in developing a whole-school inclusive ethos.
This course is provided free of charge to Manchester schools engaging in the 2020/21 Healthy Schools Programme.
COURSE BOOKING INFORMATION
Please reserve your place by using the online booking system or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are interested in the training but are from another organisation then please contact email@example.com to find out about our bespoke training packages/current fees and charges.
Course Day(s) / Time
27th January 2021 12:30 - 16:00