SWCHS LGBT and Allies
This Positive Action Group has been set up to raise LGBT issues in school and to
support and inform students.
LGBT & Allies does the following:
Promotes the inclusion of LBGT issues into the school curriculum
Actively works to end homophobic discrimination, bullying and language in school
Creates a central point to provide students with support, contacts and information
Delivers information to students via assemblies, music, drama, guest speakers presentations etc
LGBT & Allies meet for all year groups on Monday lunchtimes in B11. There is also a LGBT Elective.
Please feel free to:
Join the group as an Elective
Come along to see what we do
Email to offer your support/time/interest
Follow us on Twitter @SWCHSLGBT
Support us by buying a rainbow band or signing up to the No Bystanders campaign
We would like to hear from you if you are gay or straight. Your ideas, thoughts and input are really important. To find out more or to sign up, please email either Miss Lock (email@example.com) or Mrs Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
They provide free one-to-one support to young LGBT+ people. No matter how big or small your challenges are, they are there to help.
Tel: 01233 369508
Stonewall’s main focus is to let all young lesbian, gay, bi and trans people - as well as those who are questioning - here and abroad, know they're not alone. They want to empower all young people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, to campaign for equality and fair treatment
for LGBTQ people, and against discrimination. They believe we're stronger when we work together, so they partner with organisations that help them create real change for the better. They are here to support those who can’t yet be themselves. But their work is not yet finished.
Not until everyone feels free to be who they are, wherever they are.
Understanding gender diversity in creative ways
Gendered Intelligence is a trans-led, not for profit organisation. They provide a wide range of non-judgemental practical services, designed to increase trans inclusion and support.
Gendered Intelligence runs a range of youth groups in London, Leeds and Bristol for young trans people, non-binary and questioning young people aged under 21. No matter how you identify, Gendered Intelligence's trans youth groups are open to all young trans people - whether you're brand new to identifying as trans, still questioning your identity, or if you consider yourself to be post-transition or as having a trans history. We strive to be fully inclusive of individuals who identify as non-binary/other, as well as male or female.