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Creating a trans inclusive setting

In light of  Covid-19, we are currently unable to offer face to face training. However, we’re pleased to introduce our growing range of e-learning modules for anyone working with children and young people. Learn at your own pace and at a time that suits you.

Find out about e-learning with Stonewall

(Updated December 2021)


Course overview

This course gives teachers the confidence to support a trans young person in school or college, including ideas for best practice  in line with school and colleges' legal requirements. The £200 plus VAT course fee includes 1 year's membership of the School & College Champions programme

By booking a place on a Stonewall course, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of School & College Champion Membership, which can be found here.

Course objectives

  • Develop the confidence, skills and knowledge to train their colleagues on tackling transphobic bullying and creating a trans-inclusive school or college
  • Gain an overview of the current experiences of young trans people in school and their impact on student achievement
  • Find out how to meet your legal requirements under the Equality Act 2010 and the inspection framework in your country.

Primary School Training

Secondary School and College Training

64% of trans pupils are bullied for being LGBT in school

45% of trans young people have attempted suicide

What teachers have to say

100% of teachers who attended the course in 2018/19 told us that they would recommend it to others. 

The course content is excellent and well delivered. It was a great forum for discussion and collaboration.

This was a brilliant course. It was well delivered and very informative. I felt at ease to ask the questions I needed to.


Do you want to help trans people in your school or college but don't know where to start? Visit our free resource on supporting young trans people.