Date
17 June 2019

Use targeted programmes to facilitate opportunities for healthy discussion about sexuality, gender identity, and diversity

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Developing an inclusive classroom and curriculum’

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Inside out – We all belong

Inside out – We all belong

This set of videos aim to add to our understanding of diversity and eliminate homophobic and transphobic bullying. 

LGBTIQA+ workshops

LGBTIQA+ workshops

Participate in professional learning opportunities.

Wellbeing @ school

Wellbeing @ school

Take opportunities to seek student, staff, and community feedback.

Use the Wellbeing@school tools to explore how different layers of school life contribute to creating a safe and caring climate for all students.

School-wide PB4L

School-wide PB4L

Optimise the effectiveness of your involvement in the PB4L programme.

The school environment can be highly effective at providing support, challenging prejudice, and implementing strategies to create safer environments.

The Positive Behaviour for Learning School-Wide framework looks at behaviour and learning from a whole-of-school and individual student perspective.

It can be tailored to your school’s environment and cultural needs.

Source: Ministry of Education – Positive Behaviour for Learning (opens in a new tab/window)

Useful resources

Useful resources

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Inside Out: About – why it’s important

Publisher: RainbowYOUTH

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All of us

All of us

Read time: 95 min

Publisher: Education Services Australia

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Affirming diversity

Publisher: New Zealand Family Planning

Price: One off charge NZ$40.00

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Develop an inclusive classroom and curriculum”:

Return to the guide “Supporting LGBTIQA+ students”

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