An Ofsted recognised trainer will be helping Channel Island teachers support LGBTQ students
An Ofsted report into school approaches to bullying has suggested teachers do not always feel able to tackle issues like homophobic bullying and derogatory language and that most schools are not ‘sharp’ enough on their analysis of bullying behaviour.
The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills report, No Place for Bullying, noted that disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs, and pupils who are, or are perceived to be, gay, were most at risk of bullying.
Ellie Barnes from the UK charity Educate & Celebrate will be coming over later this year to offer the training with charity Liberate. Read more here.