Just Like Us can help your 
school address LGBT+ issues 
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Our LGBT+ role models deliver talks and workshops that empower pupils to tackle prejudice.
 
School Diversity Week is the national celebration of LGBT+ equality. Schools can register for a free resource pack and join over 250,000 pupils championing LGBT+ equality
LGBT+ Role Models
Just Like Us Ambassadors are are professionally trained LGBT+ university students. The use their personal experiences of coming out and overcoming bullying to support LGBT+ pupils and help straight pupils understand why LGBT+ equality is important.
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what the talks cover
  • Supportive messages for LGBT pupils

  • raise awareness of the challenges of growing up LGBT+

  • bust stereotypes and showcase LGBT+ role models

  • empower students to tackle HBT bullying

What you do

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Sign up to our Ambassador Programme

Our Ambassadors deliver a talk or workshop

Use our free follow-up resources to empower your students to champion LGBT+ equality

School Diversity Week
Just Like Us Ambassadors are are professionally trained LGBT+ university students. The use their personal experiences of coming out and overcoming bullying to support LGBT+ pupils and help straight pupils understand why LGBT+ equality is important.
about
What you do

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Register for your free resource pack

Pick a day during the week to hold an event

Use our resource pack to join 250,000 teachers and pupils holding an event to champion LGBT+ equality

We send our trained student volunteers to speak in secondary schools, championing LGBT+ equality and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying

We provide support for schools to take ownership of LGBT+ education, and organise School Diversity Week, the yearly national celebration of LGBT+ equality in schools

We help schools meet the requirements of the Equality Act and Ofsted’s Personal Development, Welfare and Behaviour framework

Sam Cooke

Head of PSHEE

Cranleigh School

“Just Like Us’s workshop was one of the highlights of the year for our students. It challenged the students’ thinking and opinions in an open, honest and supportive way. The programme is fantastic value and is now becoming a permanent fixture.”