Education for All Conference 2012 Presentations

Delegates took part in a wide range of informative and practical breakout sessions.

This was an opportunity to hear from experts from across a range of sectors and to hear about good practice from Stonewall Education Champions and School Champions members. The presentations from these sessions can be downloaded below.

 

Breakout 1 Presentations

  •  Techniques to train others in secondary schools: techniques and
    materials to train your colleagues and enable you to work together to end
    homophobia.

    Speaker - Caroline Ellis, Stonewall  
    Chair - Chris Dye, Stonewall 

Download Techniques to train others in secondary schools

  • Getting started in primary schools: working with primary school teachers to develop creative lesson plans and classrooms which will make sure children from all families feel included.

Speaker- Alison Gaunt, Malmesbury Park Primary School
Speaker - Julie McCann, Broadgreen Primary School
Chair - Chris Gibbons, Stonewall

Download Getting started in primary schools 

  • Facing change in local authorities: how to use the new educational landscape to help work effectively with local schools.

Speaker - Bashir Khan, Sheffield City Council
Speaker - Steve Slack, Centre for HIV and Sexual Health
Speaker - Sam Beal, Brighton & Hove City Council
Speaker - Nick Wergan, Blatchington Mill School, Hove
Speaker - Marianne Lemond, Allsorts Youth Project
Chair - Sarah Rose, Stonewall

Download Facing change in local authorities 

  • The physical and mental health of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people: understanding the health needs of gay young people to enable school nurses, CAMHS services, and PSHE teachers to better respond.

Speaker - Alice Ashworth, Stonewall
Speaker - James Taylor, Stonewall
Speaker - Orla Blakelock, Stonewall Youth Volunteering Programme
Chair - Laurie Oliva, Stonewall

Download The physical and mental health of lesbian gay and bisexual young people 

  • The importance of role models: how you can play a personal role, for example as a governor, to support young people.

Speaker - Liam Nolan, Perry Beeches Academy Trust
Speaker - Ruth Hunt, Stonewall
Chair - Luke Tryl, Stonewall

Download The importance of role models

 

Breakout 2 Presentations

  • Techniques to train others in primary schools: techniques and materials to train colleagues and enable you to work together to end homophobia and celebrate difference.

Speaker - Caroline Ellis, Stonewall  
Chair - Chris Gibbons, Stonewall 

Download Techniques to train others in primary schools 

  • Student voice: secondary school students who have brought about positive change in their schools.

Speaker - Nell Beecham, Stonewall Youth Volunteering Programme
Speaker - Andrew Plaistowe, Highgate School
Speaker - Toby Sharpe, Highgate School
Chair - Chris Dye, Stonewall

Download Student voice 

  • Getting business on board: how local schools have teamed up with local businesses to get the best out of their work to tackle homophobic bullying.

Speaker - Natalia Dawkins, The Bridge Academy, Hackney
Speaker - Stefano Nappo, UBS
Chair - Luke Tryl, Stonewalll

Download getting business on board 

  • Steps to prevent poor mental health: how the internet can be used safely by young people to access support and how schools can promote positive mental health for gay students.

Speaker - Taz Edwards-White, The Metro Centre
Speaker - Tim Franks, PACE
Speaker - Laurie Oliva, Stonewall
Chair - James Taylor, Stonewall

Download Steps to prevent poor mental health 

  • Taking the initiative: how local authorities are working with the media and local groups to make schools safer for all children and young people.

Speaker - Gill Morris, London Borough of Camden
Speaker - Lou Hart, Camden LGBT Forum
Speaker - Gerry Robinson, South Camden Community Schoo
Speaker - Sophie Whitehead, Lincolnshire County Council
Speaker - Jane Fletcher, CfBT Education Consultant
Chair - Sarah Rose, Stonewall

Download Taking the initiative 


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