Ending Homophobia in Schools
It’s easy to feel invisible if you are lesbian, gay or bisexual at school, but you exist and you have rights.
“If Dominic hadn’t been the subject of rumours that he was gay, it’s highly unlikely that he would have taken his own life.”
Roger Crouch speaks out after his 15 year old son took his own life.
Safer Schools Packs
The Lesbian & Gay Foundation’s Safer Schools Packs are the a first step on the road to schools creating a more positive learning environment, in challenging homophobia, all forms of bullying, and supporting LGB pupils.
They can be used in assemblies, lessons, staff training and one-to-ones. For a donation of £20 we can send a Safer Schools Pack to help make schools safer for LGB young people. You can even nominate which school you want the pack to go to.
Donate at www.lgf.org.uk/schoolspack
“I’ve been involved in several incidents of emotional, verbal and sometimes physical abuse. I’m sure if they were educated just a little, things might change for the better.”
A multi-agency, anti-homophobic bullying working in Manchester schools. The partnership of The Lesbian & Gay Foundation, Healthy Schools Manchester, Manchester City Council and The Hope Theatre Company.
Working together to we deliver staff training, resources, the play OUTLOUD and follow-up workshops and lesson plans to challenge homophobia through education.
For information please email email@example.com
If you, or someone you know is experiencing homophobia in education, report it or contact The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.