GCSE maths resources: Free LGBT+ lesson plan
Just Like Us, the LGBT+ young people’s charity, has released free GCSE maths resources, including a free LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) lesson plan.
The free, ready-to-go lesson plan teaches pupils about dependent events, using examples from the TV show Queer Eye.
It begins with a fun race activity, during which pupils will revise independent events, combined events and sample spaces.
The aim of the session is for pupils to revise independent events, combined events, and how to use sample spaces, and to identify independent and dependent events. It also seeks to ensure pupils can solve combined event problems using a probability tree.
The free lesson plan is part of a series of maths resources available from Just Like Us – including primary and KS3 maths.
How to download these GCSE maths resources and more:
If you are a staff member at a UK primary school, secondary school or sixth form college, you can access Just Like Us’ free resources by following the below steps:
- Sign up for School Diversity Week (make sure you tick ‘School Diversity Week’).
- You’ll then receive an email granting you access to the resources.
- Then, browse and download resources in our portal.
What is School Diversity Week?
Every June, Just Like Us runs School Diversity Week. The event is a celebration of LGBT+ equality in primary and secondary schools across the UK.
As part of this, Just Like Us has created more than 50 free, LGBT+ inclusive resources for use in schools. These include lesson plans, worksheets, assembly ideas, story time discussions and presentations. Plus, there is a Rainbow Friday non-uniform day, fundraising for Just Like Us.
Each year, thousands of UK primary and secondary schools take part in School Diversity Week. Signing up means you will get free access to LGBT+ inclusive resources on all key stages and key subjects.
Why celebrate School Diversity Week?
By signing up for School Diversity Week, you’ll gain access to our free LGBT+ inclusive resources. You’ll be joining thousands of other schools celebrating across the UK.