Stonewall Education for All Conference 2013

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Britain√Ę‚¨‚Ęs leading conference on preventing and tackling homophobic bullying and celebrating difference in education.


The School Report 2012 found that homophobic bullying remains widespread in Britain√Ę‚¨‚Ęs schools. This bullying has a widespread impact on young people√Ę‚¨‚Ęs attainment at school, their happiness and health.

Local authorities, primary and secondary schools and colleges have a crucial rule to play in tackling this bullying and creating a learning environment where all young people can fulfil their potential. This one-day conference will give you all the tools you need to equip you and your staff to tackle homophobia and celebrate difference.

Attend the conference to:

  • Learn how to meet new Ofsted requirements to combat homophobic bullying
  • See how primary schools are getting parents on board in their work to build an inclusive curriculum
  • Hear from secondary schools that have taken the lead in tackling homophobic language
  • Find out how to improve young people√Ę‚¨‚Ęs happiness, attainment and health through student led initiatives
  • Enhance the student experience in further and higher education
  • Listen to high profile speakers including senior politicians and key agencies
  • Discuss ways to support gay members of teaching staff

You√Ę‚¨‚Ęll also gain access to:

  • Networking opportunities with over 300 education professionals
  • The latest innovations and best practice through our panel discussions and interactive breakout sessions
  • Stonewall√Ę‚¨‚Ęs latest research, teaching materials and education guides 
  • Insights into the approaches taken by primary and secondary schools, colleges, universities and local authorities
  • Shared ideas, experiences and practical solutions

New For 2013 - Youth Conference

Any booking of 2 or more places entitles you to bring up to three young people* to our brand new youth stream at the conference, free of charge. This part of the conference is designed for and run by young people and will feature:

√Ę‚¨¬Ę An introduction to Stonewall√Ę‚¨‚Ęs research on homophobic bullying
√Ę‚¨¬Ę A chance to hear from young gay role models in the world of TV, radio, business and film
√Ę‚¨¬Ę Student led workshops including:  tackling homophobic language;  challenging stereotypes and gay rights around the world

*Young people must be in or joining KS4 or KS5 in 2013

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Friday 5 July 2013
Barbican Centre
London EC2Y

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Friday 5 July 2013
Barbican Centre
London EC2Y

 

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