About EqualiTeach

EqualiTeach is a not-for-profit organisation providing high quality, interactive training and support on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion for education settings.  Our vision is an equal, inclusive and productive society where everyone is valued and able to achieve their full potential.

We understand that every organisation is different. To ensure that our services are fully tailored to your needs, we consult with staff, listen to concerns and work collaboratively to develop bespoke solutions.

In 2015-16...

we worked with

schools in 14 local authorities

we ran 459 workshops with

young people

we ran 31 training sessions with

educators

Our Work

Workshops5

Workshops for Young People

Interactive workshops for young people in KS2- KS4 exploring issues such as racism, Islamophobia, homophobia, sexism, disability and migration.

Training for Educators

Training for Educators

Training for teachers, trainees, support staff, senior leadership teams and governors, to help promote equality and tackle discrimination in their settings.

Resources

Classroom Resources

Free to download educational resources for teachers to use in their settings to promote equality, celebrate diversity, and tackle discrimination. Early Years- KS4.

Meet the Team

Staff

Advisory Board

Recent Blog Posts

First Month Reflections: UK General Election, Fake News and Social Media

By Siobhán: siobhan@equaliteach.co.uk One interesting experience from my first month at EqualiTeach was listening to Year 8 students’ views on trustworthy sources of information and how false ideas can be spread online and in person.  These are some of the statements I heard from

Responding to Young People’s Questions and Fears

By Sarah: sarah@equaliteach.co.uk "There's just so much news at the moment, my head is going to explode!" - a recent comment from a year 6 girl I was working with, and she's not alone. Whether it's the Grenfell fire, Brexit, Donald Trump, Syria or the

Be Bold For Change

 On Wednesday 8th March it was International Women’s Day; a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and to call for action in accelerating gender parity. This is part of a series of events marking March as International Women’s

Open Letter to Theresa May: Why you must stand up to Trump, in your own words.

By Rachel: rachel@equaliteach.co.uk   Dear Theresa May, These are uncertain times: at the same time that the UK is in the midst of Brexit negotiations we are faced with the tumultuous transition between American Presidents. As Prime Minister, it is of course of political necessity to tread

First they came for the Muslims… Donald Trump’s Abhorrent Muslim Ban.

By Sarah: sarah@equaliteach.co.uk The 27th of January is International Holocaust Memorial Day; a day which provides a reminder for people from across the world to stop and remember the millions of people who lost their lives in the Holocaust and subsequent genocides across the world.

“We Are Women: Hear Us Roar!”

By Sarah: sarah@equaliteach.co.uk On Saturday 21st January, my daughters and I participated in the Women's March in London. We joined 100,000 others to march for the rights of all women across the world, to celebrate the diversity that exists amongst women, and stand with women

Transgender Kids: Who knows best? Not the BBC, it seems…

By Kate: kate@equaliteach.co.uk   On Thursday 12th January, the BBC aired what they called a ‘balanced documentary’ entitled ‘Transgender Kids: Who knows best?’ According to the BBC website, the programme’s aim was to scrutinise the new ‘gender affirmative approach’ to children, which means fully supporting children’s change

Choose Love: My Volunteer Experience In Calais

By Rachel: rachel@equaliteach.co.uk Over the Christmas break, I spent four days volunteering in Calais with the grassroots charity Help Refugees. Naturally, in the days since, people have been asking me, ‘How was Calais?’ It’s not an easy question to answer, particularly because I’m not sure

What would you like for 2017? Empathy please.

By Theresa: theresa@equaliteach.co.uk   I vote for more empathy in the New Year, because I would like to join Roman Krzanric in his idea that “empathy is a catalyst for social change”. I’m aware that technically a new year can start at any given time, but

The Far-Right: Hiding in Plain Sight?

By Kate: kate@equaliteach.co.uk Two weeks ago I delivered a workshop on critical thinking with year 5 pupils in a primary school in East London. At the beginning of the workshop, we played a game where groups of young people had to decide who they would

Supporting Pupils in the Wake of the USA Presidential Elections

In the wake of the USA Presidential Elections, EqualiTeach has put together five tips to support you in undertaking discussions on controversial and sensitive issues with young people.   1. Provide Reassurance Reassure pupils that they are safe in school and that prejudice and discrimination are

Refugees Welcome?

By Sarah: sarah@equaliteach.co.uk  “With those crow's feet at 17, he’s obviously been using the wrong moisturiser!” -Sun Executive commenting on a refugee from Calais Human beings have a natural fear of change and of the 'other' or unknown.  Alongside this, there is a pervading belief that until

Partner Testimonials

  • "EqualiTeach has been working with Wycombe District Council for the past three years on a critical thinking programme for secondary schools. It proved extremely popular and schools look forward its return each academic year.  Wycombe District Council have had THINK and Second Thoughts independently evaluated and, not only have the programmes have been found to deliver an excellent product, they were considered best practice."

    Daniel Sullivan, Wycombe District Council

  • "The National Union of Teachers has worked very successfully with Equaliteach for a number of years.  Equaliteach have run successful CPD programmes focussing on creating more equal and tolerant classrooms and supporting teachers to be more confident in addressing the difficult questions children can ask.  Equaliteach have also worked with us in developing resources for union representatives focussing on equality and diversity issues in the workplace.  We look forward to continuing this relationship."

    Jon Hegerty, NUT

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