11-15 June 2018
What Ofsted says

"[School Diversity Week] demonstrates leaders’ commitment to raising pupils’ awareness and enhancing their personal development and welfare, including their tolerance and respect for others.”

What you do





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

Get 100 FREE Rainbow Ribbons to empower your students to show their support

Why celebrate School Diversity Week?
Empower your pupils to plan the event with our plug & play resource pack full of ideas, lesson plans and support to organise your week
Boost your Ofsted performance and challenge homophobia, biphobia and transphobia with fun and inclusive events
Become part of a national network of schools championing equality and earn a place at our School Stars Awards 
attended by celebrities and politicians
Easy ideas for School Diversity Week

Order 100 FREE Rainbow Ribbons with your resource pack to help your students show their support for LGBT+ equality

Use our resource pack to run an assembly about homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

Bring LGBT+ issues into the classroom using our lesson plans and starter ideas

Hold a "Diversity Games" or sporting event with rainbow laces to address prejudice in sport

Empower your students to set up a Social Action Team to organise an awareness raising event

Use posters from our resource pack to reinforce messages about tolerance and acceptance

School Diversity Week 2017
In July 2017, 250,000 pupils and teachers organised non-uniform days, debates, workshops, talks, cake sales, balloon launches, concerts and pride festivals