Training Partners and Stonewall’s Train the Trainer courses
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Training Partners

In April 2015, Stonewall received funding from the Government Equalities Office, with support from the Department for Education, to support and invest in 60 Training Partners to deliver training on tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying to local schools. 

Since autumn 2015, Training Partners have been delivering Stonewall’s Train the Trainer courses to primary and secondary school staff in their local areas, particularly those from faith schools, rural schools or schools with high percentages of students eligible for Free School Meals (or the Pupil Premium Grant) or from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic backgrounds.

The original phase of the project was a great success and we are now looking to expand our network of Training Partners, with a specific view to increasing the number of locations where Stonewall training can be offered. We will be opening applications to potential new Training Partners in December 2017.

If you are interested in finding out more about the opportunity to become a Training Partner with Stonewall, please email

Our current Training Partners:

Cambridgeshire Race Equality & Diversity Service (CREDS)

The Centre Place

Cockermouth School

Diocese of Chelmsford

George Abbot Teaching School

Great Sankey High School and Teaching School

Herts for Learning

James Robinson Education

Kirklees Council

Lancashire County Council

Lancashire LGBT

Liskeard Hilfort Primary School/ALAT

Little Ilford School

Oakwood Primary School

Rob Partington Education (New Moston Primary School)

Sir Christopher Hatton Academy

Stansfield Hall

Wickford Teaching School Alliance