World AIDS Day - December 2023
Since 1988, Worlds AIDS Day has been marked on December 1st to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS and to honour the lives of those affected by it. This educational resource explores the history of HIV and AIDS, the people who support HIV and AIDS prevention, and what we can do to remember those affected.
Black History Month - October 2023
During Black History Month it is important to look back at histories that have long been ignored, as well as celebrating the achievements of the Black community today. In this assembly, we explore the historical underrepresentation of Black LGBT+ performers in musical theatre, and the importance of Black LGBT+ performers having a hand in telling their own stories.
International Pronouns Day - October 2023
What are pronouns, how do I use them and why are they important? This educational resource answers these questions and more, exploring the topic and offering insight from the LGBT+ community. The Assembly slides challenge us all to think about how asking about and sharing pronouns might help create more inclusive environments for everyone. Perfect for use around International Pronouns Day on the 18th of October.
Women's World Cup - Summer 2023
This summer the women’s Football World Cup will be taking place in Australia and New Zealand. In this assembly resource we explore the representation of women and LGBT+ people within football, and how sporting events like the world cup can be a great opportunity to promote equality and LGBT+ inclusion.
International non-binary people's day - 14th of July 2023
Held on the 14th of July each year, International Non-Binary People’s Day is all about celebrating non-binary identities and raising awareness about how to make the world an inclusive place for non-binary people. In this resource we explore what being non-binary means to some famous non-binary people, and ask what might be done in schools to help non-binary people feel visible and welcome?
Lesbian Visibility Week - April 2023
Held in April, Lesbian Visibility Week is all about celebrating the ‘L’ in LGBT+. Many schools, youth groups, and organisations will use this as an opportunity to raise awareness and increase positive representation of lesbians. Here we look at why lesbian visibility and inclusion is important and explore what it could look like in your school.
PANSEXUAL PRIDE DAY - DECEMBER 2022
We often get asked “what does pansexual mean” or “am I pansexual?” In this resource for Pansexual Pride Day on 8 December, we take a look at being pansexual and how it is different, and similar, to being bisexual. Many of us will use common words to describe a part of our identity, but what those words mean to us can be very different things. Here we take a look at some pansexual celebrities, as they tell us what being pan means to them.