Just Like Us


Freelance EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Resource Developer

Flexible hours, remote working, £40 per resource

Apply by 23:59 on Sunday 7 February 2021

The brief

Just Like Us, the LGBT+ charity for young people, is recruiting freelance Resource Developers to support us for School Diversity Week 2021. Your primary responsibility will be to work with our Director of Education in creating a number of resources which celebrate diversity and LGBT+ inclusion, for School Diversity Week 2021.


We are looking for one or more Resource Developers who can support us with creating lessons and activities suitable for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. The role is suitable for someone whose specialism is in any one of these learning stages.


By the end of March 2021, we are looking to create:

  • 6 resources for Early Years Foundation Stage

  • 6 resources for KS1

  • 7 resources for KS2


By resources, we mean the materials necessary to facilitate an activity, as well as any accompanying guidance for an adult facilitating the activity.

We’re looking for someone who is:

  • committed to our vision and mission for LGBT+ young people

  • able to create effective, engaging and well-designed lesson presentations and resources

  • familiar with the relevant curricula

  • able to differentiate resources effectively

If you’re interested, send

  • Your CV

  • A short letter of application (no more than 500 words)

  • Examples of resources you have created. All aspects of the resource must have been created by you, including both the content and design.

About Just Like Us:

Just Like Us (JLU) is the LGBT+ charity for young people working for a world where LGBT+ young people live awesome lives. 


Our mission is to empower young people to be the champions of LGBT+ equality at school and work. To do that, we run three programmes:


  • School Diversity Week: our annual initiative empowers teachers and pupils across the country to tackle homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic bullying by organising activities that celebrate LGBT+ equality in education

  • Ambassador Programme: we partner with employers to train LGBT+ young adults to give talks and workshops in schools that use their own stories to champion LGBT+ equality and challenge prejudice    

  • Pride Groups: a pilot programme training teachers to set up student-led LGBT+ and ally groups in schools.


Like every startup, we’ve thought hard about our values. We believe that a charity must be dynamic, constantly adapting to focus on what works; that challenging prejudice takes courage; and that empowering young people is the surest way to change the world. 


Our ways of working are based on startup best practices: a commitment to user centred design, learning quickly from pilot initiatives and measuring our impact so that we know we’re making a difference.


We’ve worked with over 33,000 pupils through our Ambassador Programme and involved a further 1,970,000 school students and school staff in School Diversity Week 2020.  We've been featured in The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Attitude, Pink News,  and on the BBC and ITV. To find out more about our work and impact, explore our website and YouTube channel.