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Tailored support and guidance to primary and secondary schools in challenging homophobic bullying and celebrating difference.
Bespoke support and guidance to local authorities in tackling homophobia and homophobic bullying in their local schools.
A training resource for secondary teachers to help them better understand and tackle homophobic bullying in schools. More information.
Practical guides for school staff and individuals who work with young people on challenging language, supporting LGB young people, working with faith communities and more.
Practical advice on developing, inclusive programmes of study for initial teacher training. Find out more
An exciting film and a fantastic resource for secondary schools, colleges and youth groups which covers issues like homophobic bullying, coming out and fitting in. Read more and access lesson plans
A wall-hanger for the staff common room with leaflets including lesson ideas for seven subjects as well as a FAQ section. Read more and download
Our new guide features a range of interviews with successful lesbian, gay and bisexual people from a range of professional backgrounds which will help inspire gay young people not to curb their ambitions because of their sexual orientation. Download here
Comprehensive resource packs for schools and students wishing to tackle homophobic bullying in their schools and local communities. Read more and order
Devised by secondary school pupils, this bold slogan sends a clear message that homophobic bullying is unacceptable in schools, youth group and other youth settings. Read more and order
A selection of books for secondary school students on lesbian, gay and bisexual issues. Read more
A list of films suitable for secondary students who want to know more about lesbian, gay and bisexual issues or who think they might be gay. Read more
Featuring Sir Ian McKellen, this short three-minute clip is based on Stonewall's research into the experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people. Read more and watch it
Wondering where to study? Stonewall's University Guide helps lesbian, gay and bisexual students choose a university where they will feel welcome and supported
Stonewall's new parent guide is designed to give answers to some of the common questions that parents might have when they think their child is gay, or has just come out.
Starting a campaign? Stonewall's guide for young people wanting to start their own campaign in their school or college.
Applying for jobs? Stonewall's Recruitment Guide is the definitive guide to Britain's best places to work for lesbian, gay and bisexual job-seekers
Read up on questions you might have on a variety of aspects of life, including coming out, housing and health. Read more
Find more Information on local lesbian, gay and bisexual youth groups and other generic services.
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View Stonewall's materials for primary schools.