Primary best practice

Primary best practice

Stonewall’s primary best practice guide shows how some of the most pioneering primary schools are leading the way on celebrating difference and tackling homophobic language amongst their pupils.

This guide profiles the work of leading schools from across the country which is using Stonewall’s primary school resources in their classrooms. It shows how these schools have found innovative ways to tackle homophobic bullying and celebrate difference in an age-appropriate and engaging way.

Packed with best practice examples on how to build an inclusive curriculum, work with your feeder secondary schools and much more, this guide provides everything you need to know to start making your school one in which pupils from all backgrounds can feel included and go onto secondary school better prepared for life in 21st century Britain.  

Also in this series of Education Guides: Challenging homophobic languageSupporting lesbian, gay and bisexual young people, Including different families, Working with faith communities and Effective school leadership.

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