Education: Schools’ Training


Schools' Training

Our schools’ training provides staff with the skills and confidence to create an inclusive learning environment for your lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans pupils. EACH delivers training and consultancy on LGBT+ matters to Senior Leadership Teams, classroom teachers, pastoral and learning support staff, governors and other professionals with a duty of care towards young people.

From anti-bullying resources, policy guidance and lesson ideas you will gain positive, constructive methods to challenge homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

EACH designs programmes prioritising your school’s or college’s individual needs and requirements to challenge prejudice-based bullying.

We deliver:                                    

    • Dedicated training or consultation events facilitated by EACH for staff at schools, academies, colleges and universities to increase knowledge, awareness and confidence regarding LGBT+  matters
    • Sets of nationally accredited anti-bullying resources, lesson plans and policy guidance for your school or college
    • Comprehensive audits of your policies and procedures including anti-bullying, e-safety and PHSE
  • Evaluation and benchmarking tools to measure and demonstrate progress to Governors, Trustees, parents or Ofsted


“I have found, in EACH, the professionals I need to work with to develop our community’s PSHE Curriculum in this crucial area.”

Mark Bryant, Head of ASDAN,
High Close School (2016)

“It was a really good presentation. I learnt loads and I was surprised at how little I knew about recent laws that have come into place around LGBT+ issues. I am pleased that I came along. Thank you.”

“Good and clear information. The training was great and provided understandable information. The activities were involving and interesting.”

“Really enjoyable session with great delivery. It was appropriately funny too which kept it going and made it engaging.”

“Friendly training session: very informative about laws and rights. I liked the shared discussion.”

How EACH can work with you

Delivered by expertly chosen, qualified associate trainers EACH can, as examples:

  • Bring to life our Department for Education and PSHE Association endorsed Inspiring Equality in Education and Reach Whole School Resources
  • Help you provide a support plan for a gender or sexuality questioning pupil or student 
  • Show how you and your colleagues can challenge “That’s SO gay!” and other inappropriate language
  • Explore the terminology which describes sexual orientation or gender so you can speak confidently about it to colleagues, parents, inspectors, pupils or students
  • Explain the legislation governing trans or gender questioning pupils and students and where you stand as a school or college

Work directly with your students to establish a LGBT+ Group in your school or college


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