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School Diversity Week

24-28 June 2024

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What is School Diversity Week?

The UK-wide celebration of LGBT+ equality in primary and secondary schools.

  • Thousands of primary and secondary schools are signed up to take part
  • Free educational LGBT+ resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and KS4 on all key subjects across the curriculum provided by Just Like Us
  • Positive LGBT+ messaging is linked to school pupils having better wellbeing, regardless of whether they’re LGBT+ or not
  • Get access to inclusive resources designed for faith schools, featuring LGBT+ young people of faith

By signing up, you’ll receive access to free resources that can be used for Anti-Bullying Week, LGBT+ History Month and, of course, School Diversity Week 2024.

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A teacher wearing a hijab stands in front of a class of children during School Diversity Week
School Diversity Week 2022: Author Benjamin Dean speaks in a primary school workshop

How School Diversity Week helps pupils

“I feel like it’s really important to be inclusive of those people who are part of the LGBT+ community," says Tyannah, a Year 10 pupil.

Ahania, another Year 10 pupil, says: “I think it widens the school community. It strengthens us because then we know that everyone is accepted, everyone gets treated equally.”
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Pupils share why they love celebrating School Diversity Week

Storytime series for School Diversity Week

Watch children’s authors reading from their LGBT+ inclusive books about diverse families.

  • Celebrate School Diversity Week by streaming our video resources with your class
  • Plus, use our reading guides with discussion prompts and creative ideas for lessons
  • Featuring The Secret Sunshine Project, Elmer, Grandad’s Camper and The Marvellous Doctors for Magical Creatures
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Grandad's Camper, by Harry Woodgate, is the focus of Just Like Us’ new free educational resources for School Diversity Week
Benjamin Dean's video resources

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