Although there is legislation in place to protect LGBTQ+ students, bullying still exists and is quite prevalent amongst LGBTQ+ students which begs the argument that there should be better practices in place to support them.
It all starts with properly educating pupils and using appropriate language to create a safe environment for students to express themselves. In addition, schools should ensure a safe online environment as well – a great way to do so is by using online safety software that can help monitor concerns, identify at risk students, and spot online safety trends.
Find out more by reading our latest article published by The Head Teacher, ‘Developing better practices to support LGBTQ+’ as our CEO, Al Kingsley, advises on how to tackle the rise in discrimination against trans and gay students.
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