Every school should be a SAFE SCHOOL for young LGBTI people, and the more informed young people are about their sexuality and that of their classmates and peers, the safer their schools and our societies will become.
With this in mind, and especially given the terrible events in Orlando, we have created a free, downloadable resource to complement the film to be used in schools, colleges and youth groups by teachers, counsellors and youth leaders.
These resources are for general purpose use with classes of students of secondary level (of 13 years and above). Please note they have been prepared by the team behind the film, not by qualified counsellors. We hope we have the balance and content of activities right but as we are not experts, we would greatly appreciate your feedback and suggestions so that we can continue refining the resource.
Teachers will know the maturity level of their students, the context in which they work, and the appropriateness of the activities for their classes. A general note is that, given the very personal nature of the subject, we have tired to balance the nature of the activities between group, pair work and individual working.
We would always ask that teachers consider the needs and sensitivities of any LGBTI students in their class as a priority, and for this reason we suggest the section on ‘THE LANGUAGE’ is an individual activity, in which terms of abuse are contemplated rather than discussed openly. This should be also a consideration in the roleplay activities in the ‘IMAGINE’ section.
There is available a Word version of this resource pack to allow teachers to amend, edit and supplement the pack as they see fit. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, with RESOURCE in the Subject line.
There is also a high-resolution downloadable version of the film if schools are having problems streaming the film. Email us as above and we will send you a password.
Do pass this info on to organisations, institutions and groups that you think might be interested in using the film. And your comments are welcome.
For support, advice and information for young LGBTI people, visit: