Monthly Archives: March 2012

Buy on iTunes – Stoke Newington School Choir Dance Mix ‘It Does Get Better’

Download from ITunes NOW for only 79p! To support The L project ‘It Does Get Better’, Stoke Newington School has recorded their own high energy mix! All proceeds going to LGBT charities  

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Xtra! – Building Canada’s Queer History Month A look at what activists here might learn from successful UK celebration

Nick Aveling / Toronto / Thursday, March 08, 2012 Max Dineley grips the microphone with a trembling hand and begins to rap. The 13- year-old is barely audible over the band behind him, but the crowd of some 350 students and

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Gay Star News – UK educators take their homophobia fight worldwide

Schools Out uses educational tools to encourage debate on homosexuality in schools around the globe 19 MARCH 2012 | BY JEAN PAUL Following successful experiences in the UK, Schools Out is sending its campaigners abroad to exchange ideas and experiences with other

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Ofsted good practice resource – A whole-school approach to tackling homophobic bullying and ingrained attitudes: Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form

See full report here: Stoke Newington School and SFC – Good practice example-3    

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BBC Radio 1 – The sexuality surgery with Aled March 11th 2012

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/surgery/ Click to listen to Elly Barnes speaking live on the Radio 1 surgery here: Radio 1 Sexuality Surgery

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Huffington Post ‘Elly Barnes, Number One On The IoS Pink List, On To Integrate LGBT Issues Into Schools’

Some students think that being homosexual doesn’t exist because you can’t see “gayness”, Elly Barnes, a music teacher who educates young people about lesbian and gay issues, says. Barnes, who was voted number one in the Independent on Sunday’s Pink

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