What you can do

Creating a trans inclusive school - Secondary

This course gives teachers the confidence to support a trans young person in school, including ideas for best practice in creating a trans inclusive school in line with OFSTED and the Equality Act 2010. 

Course objectives

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

Upcoming Stonewall courses

Stonewall's Creating A Trans Inclusive School day courses are delivered by Stonewall and are held around the country throughout the academic year.

To book onto one of the courses, please click on the BOOK NOW links which will take you to the booking page.



15 November 2018 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, London - BOOK NOW



6 December 2018 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Nottingham - BOOK NOW



31 January 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, London - BOOK NOW



13 February 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Birmingham - BOOK NOW

27 February 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Plymouth - BOOK NOW



7 March 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Manchester - BOOK NOW

14 March 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Newcastle - BOOK NOW

22 March 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Hull - BOOK NOW



3 April 2019 - Creating A Trans Inclusive School, Leeds - BOOK NOW


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

45% of trans young people have attempted suicide


Attending a Train the Trainer course gives your school membership of Stonewall’s School Champions programme for a year. This includes ongoing support, resources, guidance and much more

Get in touch

If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything further, please contact education@stonewall.org.uk or call 020 7593 1850.