Anti-HBT bullying project resources

We will use this page to collate all of the resources produced as part of the Anti-HBT bullying project.

Please feel free to download and use the resources as needed. More information can be found about the project here

Calendar of LGBT+ related events for schools


These have been created by our project alliance, on a range of topics relating to LGBT pupils:

LGBT+ terminology

LGBT+ and HBT bullying top tips for schools

"Mermicorn" terminology poster

Trans-specific terminology



Mental health of LGBT young people

Sex education

Unaccompanied Minors

Rural LGBT young people

Rainbow alliances

Child sexual exploitation and LGBT


Disabilities and LGBT young people

Supporting BAME LGBT young people

Transition of a pupil

Transition of a teacher

Trans mental health

Parents of LGBT young people

LGBT parents


Policies and procedures

The following documents should help you to ensure that your school is LGBT+ inclusive, and give you some guidance on how policies and procedures can help in this process.

LGBT+ inclusive policies and procedures

Sample paragraphs for existing school policies

Case studies - how policies can help enable positive outcomes

Whole school LGBT+ audit

Self evaluation tool for staff

Rainbow Alliance - school audit for students

Confidentiality and safeguarding

Information collection in conversation

LGBT+ themed assemblies

Reporting HBT bullying - for students

Supporting a young person coming out

Toilets policy information

Uniform policy information


Project Newsletters

You can view past editions of the newsletter for schools involved in the project here:

First edition

Second edition

Third edition

Fourth edition

Poster Competition

We invited our project schools to engage their pupils to come up with a fresh new poster to champion the message of LGBTQ+ inclusivity and challenging Homophobic, Biphobic & Transphobic bullying. We were very impressed with the entries and it was great to see the different ways pupils approached the subject.

We are delighted to announce the winning design from Greenshaw High School in Sutton and the runner up from Burntwood school in Wandsworth. We also had six entries that received commendations. Well done to all the schools, pupils and youth groups who took part.

The winner, runner up and commended entries to the competition, kindly organised by one of the Alliance partners, Free2B, are available below to download and print to use in school displays:


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