Get involved with tackling homophobic language at school.

There are lots of ways the whole school community can get involved in tackling homophobic language.

  • Use Stonewall's 'Gay. Let's Get Over It!' resources

Stonewall has produced posters and guidance to help teachers and young people tackle homophobic language with pupils and peers.

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Order a complete pack of these resources for just £5 including:

4 Gay. Get Let's get over it! posters 
1 Tackling Homophobic Language guide to help teachers tackle homophobic language in the classroom
1 Gay. Get Over It! guide A pocket sized guide for pupils on how to challenge homophobic language with their peers

To order a pack click here or contact 

  • Write and tweet your school  

Make sure your school is doing all it can to tackle homophobic bullying by writing a letter telling them how important it is to you. Either write your own or use this template letter as a guide! Don't forget to tweet your school too using #GetOverIt  

  • Become a School Champion

Joining Stonewall's School Champions programme will give teachers in your school all the tools and training they need to tackle homophobic language and bullying. You'll also get a pack of Stonewall resources. Find out more about the programme and benefits here. 

  • Hold an assembly or a fun event to raise money for Stonewall

Stonewall's new guides on tackling homophobic language are full of ideas for events and assemblies you could hold in school to help support Stonewall's work to prevent and challenge homophobic language. Find more fundraising ideas here or order your own Gay. Let's Get Over It! resource pack.

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