Resources & Helpful Links

We have a huge range of publications, links and resources below to help provide you with all the information and guidance you may need, whether that's promoting an inclusive classroom, getting advice on coming out, or to just learn more about the community!

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Helpful Links

Open Learn: Sexuality and Gender Identity

This free course explores how legal and social/ cultural attitudes have changed significantly over time surrounding LGBT+ identities.

UK History of LGBT+ Rights

Learn more about the London Pride parade and the history of gay rights in the UK.


Crime App

Working together to help victims of hate crime, Dorset Police and BCP, have launched a pioneering App for iPhone and Android smartphones, produced to help victims of hate crime.



Advice and tips on dealing with LGBT+ bullying for young people, parents and careers, employees and employers.

Traveling as an LGBT+ Individual

A study of the world’s most dangerous countries for LGBT+ travellers reveals the good, the average and the utterly grotesque.



A guide for serving LGBTQ students and families, providing information on classroom practise, curriculum inclusion, and resources.

LGBT+ Teaching Resources

This is a list of LGBT+ teaching resources and has a strong focus on resources that would be useful to adult educators and ESOL practitioners.



Schools OUT is an education charity that aims to make educational settings safe and inclusive for LGBT+ individuals by providing resources.

LGBT+ History Month: Curriculum Posters

These free, downloadable and printable posters were produced by Kit Heyam to help make LGBT history visible in the curriculum. 

Being an LGBT+ Student

A complete guide to living and studying in the UK while being an LGBT+ student.



A game that allows you to practise using different pronouns.

Caring for Gender Non-conforming Young People

GIRES created a free 

e-learning course to help professionals and families understand the needs of these young people.

Transgender Awareness for Employers & Service Providers

GIRES has development of this free e-learning resource, intended for use by organisations in the public and private sectors.

Promoting Trans Equality in Further Education

This is a free online training and development resource originally developed by the LSIS, aiming to promote understanding of transgender equality.

NHS Choices: Gender Dysphoria

Information on gender dysphoria from a medical standpoint, including help with diagnosis, treatment and support options.

On My Mind

A free resource to help young people make informed choices about their mental health & wellbeing.

Youth Work Support

This website is designed to bring together relevant advice, guidance, support and tools for youth workers during COVID-19.

Supporting Transgender Young People

This guidance aims to support educational settings to develop and sustain effective pastoral care systems.

Safeguarding Crisis Hub

A website providing resources through COVID-19 includes safeguarding advice, advice for families, and links to helpful organisations.

Gender Construction Kit

Gender Construction Kit is an open resource project run by volunteers and is a guide to changing all things linked to gender.  

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