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  • Part 3 – ‘Relationships’ (Great relationships and sex education)0

    If you’ve read parts one and two of this blog you will be feeling pretty anxious at this point, particularly as I’ve prewarned you that the resource being analysed gets increasingly more inappropriate and explicit as we move through the chapters. Just to prove this point, on the very first page of this chapter, it

  • Educate and Devastate

    Educate and Devastate1

    “We provide LGBT+ inclusion training to ensure that you meet all of your Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) objectives for staff, support staff, leadership teams, governors, trainee teachers, student workshops, youth networks, CPD days and an Award Programme. Plus an extensive range of resources for all key stages in nurseries, schools, colleges and Universities in

  • Great Relationships and Sex Education – Part Two – “Creating Dangerous Spaces”0

    Following on from the introduction we move onto “creating safer spaces” as per the resource discussed in this blog. This is where the activities begin, which are lesson plans for educators to use with their students. Again, the importance of educators working with students is highlighted in order to be able to “work together to