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Latest News
  • Job Vacancy: Operations Manager

      Hours of work:           35 hours per week

      Salary Scale:              NJC Pay Scale 24-27: £27,905-£30,507, 5% pension

      Based at our head office in St Neots

      Job Summary

      This role involves managing the Programme Support Officer and overseeing the general administration of the office. The post-holder will book workshops and training events and manage a busy staff diary. They will also be required to oversee the organisation’s finance systems and financial reporting.

      This new role is an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organisation and be at the forefront of shaping its development…

  • Equality Workshops for Islington Schools

      EqualiTeach is delighted to be working in partnership with Islington Council for the fifth year, offering fully-funded equality workshops to schools in Islington.

      Workshops are available for students in years 3-6, covering various topics relating to equality.

      The following workshops are available:

      Celebrating Different Families – learning about different families and how to challenge homophobia

      All Inclusive – learning about disability and how to tackle disability-related bullying

      Reject Racism – exploring identity and language and how to challenge racism

      Outside the Box – exploring gender stereotypes and tackling sexism

      Home from Home -learning about immigration

      Faith in Us – learning about how to prevent and challenge Islamophobia…

  • New Programme: Free to Be: Celebrating LGBT+

      EqualiTeach is delighted to announce that we have received funding from the Government Equalities Office Anti-HBT Bullying Fund to deliver Free to Be: a programme of work to support 30 London primary schools to be able to create LGBT+ inclusive environments, embed LGBT+ equality into the curriculum and effectively recognise and respond to Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic (HBT) bullying. 

      Free to Be will run from April 2019 – March 2020.

  • Reform of the Gender Recognition Act: EqualiTeach's Submission

      In July 2018, the government launched a consultation into the Gender Recognition Act 2004. EqualiTeach is pleased to add its voice to this important consultation and its stance on many of the issues raised is in accord with the common message expressed by the UK’s leading LGBT charities.

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.