The aim is for schools to identify the support and interventions that most respond to issues identified through school intelligence and data including the Safe and Well School Survey.
Schools will also be aware of the need for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans identities and role models to be visible within the community as a method of challenging prejudice and stereotypes and raising aspirations.
This menu is to enable discussions about what can be offered, but schools may have in mind other approaches that they think that Allsorts Youth Project can support. It is also vitally important to consider how the planned interventions and services will be evaluated and impact measured.
See what we can offer for all students.
See what we can offer for LGBTU students.
See what we can offer for your school staff.
See what we can offer for parents/ carers.
"The workshop was so concise and aimed appropriately at the children who were in the group whilst allowing the children time to think about their own feelings & the opportunity to ask questions"
"I was so impressed by the way you created such a safe learning environment; enabled the children to explore key learning about difference; identity and LGBT identity and prejudice as well as challenging assumptions and sharing personal experiences so meaningfully. It was a privilege to be a part of this learning"
"I just wanted to say how pleased I was with our LGBT awareness day. Each class I visited were so engaged and motivated. It was lovely to see how thoughtful and inclusive our pupils are. We are thinking that next year’s Year 11's will make up a really positive student qualities and diversity group."
CEDAR CENTRE SCHOOL, BRIGHTON
“Thank you very much for your kind commitment to and support of the Yr 7 LGBTU days. You put in a lot of work and effort to the successful planning and delivery of the days, above and beyond our normal weighty commitments. It is much appreciated.”