Stonewall's annual Education for All conference, supported by Prudential, is Britain’s leading event on LGBT-inclusive education.
The 2017 took place on Wednesday 28 June. Check back soon for updates on next year's event.
Learn best practice
- Embed LGBT equality throughout your education work with our breakout sessions covering a wide range of topics.
- Hear from leading schools and local authorities on ideas that have worked for them.
- Address some of the greatest challenges facing schools today such as supporting trans young people, promoting positive mental health and wellbeing, or teaching inclusive relationships and sex education.
Really useful content. I feel so inspired to go back to my school and make changes.
Get insight into the latest research
- Be the first to read Stonewall’s latest School Report, the UK’s largest piece of research into the lives of LGBT young people in Britain and get advice on what the results mean for your school.
- Understand the latest guidelines on LGBT-inclusive education and how to implement them.
- Get an exclusive look at the new Stonewall curriculum guide, which provides lesson plans and ideas that will enable you to ensure your whole school is embedding inclusion in every subject.
This year I learnt so much about trans issues and the latest guidance on how to tackle them in our school, it was invaluable.
Make connections and share innovations
- Join 300 education professionals from around the country with a wealth of experience in all areas of education.
- Meet other education leaders and share ideas for collaboration and partnership working.
- Share challenges and insights and use the expertise in the room to find solutions to issues you face.
This event taught me the power of positive networking in building valuable partnerships going forwards.
Over 300 school leaders and teachers attend as well as 150 young people taking part in a dedicated youth stream.
- Education support staff and professionals
- Third Sector organisations
- Local authorities
- FE and HE staff
- All individuals interested in inclusive education
As a result of attending last year's conference...
98% of attendees agreed/strongly agreed that they felt confident and able to create positive change for young people they work with
96% of attendees agreed/strongly agreed they had good understanding of specific issues facing the LGBT young people they work with
93% of attendees agreed/strongly agreed they gained practical tools to create inclusive environments and celebrate difference