News & Events

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4 smiling primary pupils signing an EqualiTeach pledge, promising to tackle bullying in their school.
Latest News
  • Job Vacancy: Youth Education Officer

      As EqualiTeach continues to grow, we are looking for a new Youth Education Officer to join our enthusiastic and dynamic team.
      See full information below and contact us with any questions.
      We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Press Release: Agents for Change, Islamophobia Celebration Event

      On Tuesday 1st May 37 young people from seven Tower Hamlets schools took to the stage in front of an invited audience of 200 people at Rich Mix in Shoreditch for a celebration of their achievements as part of our ‘Agents for Change: Islamophobia’ project.

  • EqualiTeach Submission to Relationships and Sex Education Consultation

      The Department for Education (DfE) recently put out a call for evidence as it considers its guidance for Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), which will become mandatory for schools next year. 

      EqualiTeach responded, and our answers are listed below.

EqualiTeach Events
  • 04/07/2018: Agents for Change: Outside the Box

      Agents for Change: Outside the Box is an interactive day of educational workshops, run by EqualiTeach, bringing together pupils of all genders from 15 schools to learn about gender stereotypes and sexism, and action plan ways in which they can become ‘Agents for Change’ working to reduce sexism and promote gender equality in their schools.

  • 22/06/2018: Outside the Box: Promoting Gender Equality and Tackling Sexism in School

      EqualiTeachis holding a one-day training event to support secondary school staff to promote gender equality and tackle sexism.
      This event is supported by a grant from the Improving Gender Balance team at the Institute of Physics and will bring teachers together from across the East of England to share good practice and explore ways to ensure that schools are safe places for young people to thrive regardless of gender.