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Award scheme

Award scheme recognising schools and colleges for taking action to combat sexism and sexual harassment.

Online influencers and misogyny

A suite of resources on addressing the impact of online influencers and misogyny for secondary students.

Training films

Download training films for teachers, school staff and parents on tackling sexism and sexual harassment in schools and colleges.

Classroom posters

Classroom posters on sexual harassment and sexist language.

How to take a whole school approach

The ‘gold standard’ approach to tackling sexism in schools.

Teacher training

Access training on tackling sexism and sexual harassment from UK Feminista.

Case studies

Learn how other schools have taken action to tackle sexism.

Tips for secondary school teachers

Here’s how you can tackle sexism in the classroom.

Tips for primary school teachers

Ideas for action to challenge sexism in the primary classroom.

Sexism in primary schools: factsheet

A factsheet on how sexism manifests in primary schools.

Action plan: whole school approach

A template and guidance for strategic action against sexism.

Audit tool: whole school approach

Use this tool to identify priority actions for tackling sexism.

Policy integration guide

How to ensure school policies work to combat sexism.

Student survey

Learn about students’ experiences of sexism.

Staff survey

Learn about teachers’ experiences of sexism.

Exploring gender stereotypes

An introductory classroom activity for secondary students.

Opinion Continuum

A classroom activity on sexist language for secondary students.

Poster competition

A classroom activity for secondary students to raise awareness of sexual harassment.

Quiz on women’s rights

Spark students’ interest and test their knowledge with this quiz for secondary students.

Zero tolerance

A classroom activity for secondary students to introduce the school’s sexual harassment policy.

Read our research

Joint research with the National Education Union shows sexism in schools is commonplace.