Education: Schools, Colleges, Universities

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Schools, Colleges and Universities

From primary to secondary schools, colleges and universities, from rural to urban and in faith or secular settings, EACH’s training is effective across the whole range of institutions – creating a safe and equal learning environment for all.

EACH’s training provides expert assistance to primary and secondary schools, academies, colleges, universities and local authorities: building capacity to affirm the lives of LGBT+ people and inspire confidence in staff to support them.

EACH knows every institution is different. There is no one-size fits all approach to promoting an inclusive ethos whereby everyone’s voice is valued and heard. To challenge and prevent prejudice-based bullying we need to understand the diverse contexts in which we work.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans pupils, students or members of their family are entitled to be treated with the same respect as their heterosexual and cisgendered peers whilst at school, college or university and in anticipation of their future place in society.

Teachers, tutors and lecturers have a legal and moral duty of care to nurture and develop the values of empathy, understanding and respect towards every pupil or student.

Homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment affects everyone: not just those who identify as LGBT+. Any child or young person can find themselves the target. HBT name-calling, bullying or harassment creates distressing learning environments which curtail your pupils’ or students’ ability to achieve their full potential.


I wanted to thank you warmly for the sessions last week. I had some really positive uplifting comments. Your style was engaging and open which went down a storm.” Lorna Woodhouse, Equality Diversity, and Inclusion, Treloar’s School, Hampshire (September 2021) Thank you so much for your excellent sessions as part of our Inset last week. As I said when we spoke, I felt they were really sensitively presented encouraging mature conversation about the issues you covered.” Simon Rossiter – Head of DT, Head of Life Skills, Warminster School (September 2022)


reach-mini-banner Resources – EACH’s PSHE Association ‘Quality Assured’ Reach Teaching Resource is a comprehensive and sensitive guide for those working with young people to explore the vital issues of homophobia, sexism and cyber bullying. The Resource is relevant to Years 7 to 13 (Key Stages 3, 4 and 5) and includes lesson plans, group activity prompts, information about National Curriculum, Links, awareness-raising posters and a DVD containing 13 dynamic, topical short films. See here.


The Reach Resource, including the teachers’ notes (which can be viewed here) plus two copies of the 13 film DVD, costs £38.50 (including P&P). To order click here. acclaimed short film about young people by young people.

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