UK Feminista’s training and resources on tackling sexism and sexual harassment in schools and colleges
UK Feminista provides training and resources to support schools and colleges to combat sexism - including sexual harassment, sexist language and gender stereotyping
UK Feminista's resources have been recommended by Ofsted in its Schools and early education update: September 2021
Online teacher training course: UK Feminista’s online teacher training course equips teachers and trainee teachers with the tools, knowledge and confidence to tackle sexism and sexual harassment. The 90-minute course consists of three modules and includes interactive exercises, case studies, video content and classroom resources. Access the free training by creating an account here: training.ukfeminista.org.uk. Find out more about the course and how Initial Teacher Training providers can use it here.
Online resource hub: UK Feminista's online resource hub contains guidance and tools to support schools and colleges to take a whole school approach to tackling sexism and sexual harassment. Access the free online resource hub here: ukfeminista.org.uk/teachers
Live training: UK Feminista offers live training on tackling sexism and sexual harassment for schools, colleges and Initial Teacher Training providers. For further details please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UK Feminista also offers a suite of training films for teachers and school staff on tackling sexism and sexual harassment in schools and colleges. Narrated by broadcaster and journalist Samira Ahmed, the films can be accessed here: ukfeminista.org.uk/training-films
UK Feminista’s Award Scheme is a national awards programme recognising and rewarding schools and colleges for taking action to combat sexism and sexual harassment through a whole school or college approach. Further information is available here: ukfeminista.org.uk/award-scheme