Resources

In order to ensure that there is no barrier to accessing our school resources, they are entirely free of charge. You can download PDF copies of each resource here - but if you would like physical copies, you can pick them up from Glasgow’s “fiercely independent and queer” bookshop, Category Is Books (be sure to check out their brilliant book collection whilst you are there!)

For ideas on how to use the resources, check out the slideshow at the bottom of this page.

ps… we are currently working on some exciting new educational projects! You can support us to continue developing resources here.


 
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Icons: who made lgbt history

Co-developed by members of our Teachers’ Panel, this resource provides biographies of key figures within the LGBT community (past and present) who can be incorporated into Curriculum for Excellence subject areas and discussed as positive role models for young people. This resource includes lesson ideas and a graphics pack which can be printed and displayed within the classroom or across the school community.

Stage: Second Level to Senior Phase

 
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moments: that shaped lgbt history

Co-developed by members of our Teachers’ Panel, this resource presents a timeline of key moments from LGBT history across societies, and links them to subject areas within the Curriculum for Excellence. Includes a graphics pack which can be printed and used to create an educational visual display in the classroom or the wider school community.

Stage: Second Level to Senior Phase

 
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lgbt groups: the school pack

Developed by our lead Secondary educator, John Naples-Campbell, this resource provides teachers with ten top tips to create a school LGBT or equalities group, in collaboration with young people, and ideas to successfully keep it going.

Stage: Secondary