Government Funded Anti-Bullying Support For Devon Schools

Due to the success of a nationwide LGBTQIA+ schools project Proud2Be are involved in, we have recently been allocated a few more spaces for schools interested in being part of the project.

The overall purpose of the project is to reduce the number of incidents of Homophobic, Biphobic &/or Transphobic (HBT) bullying in primary and secondary schools in England by transforming the culture of how schools prevent and respond to HBT bullying in a sustainable way.

Benefits of being part of the programme include:

  • Training for school staff
  • Access to a range of resources including lesson plans and supporting documents
  • Access to a helpline
  • Support for school staff on tackling HBT Bullying

Please note that this programme of support is fully funded by the Government Equalities Office.

We would like to invite you to register your school’s interest by completing our quick and easy online survey. If you have any questions then please feel free to get in touch.

Jacqui Warne- Executive Head Teacher, Bidwell Brook

I have had quite a bit of feedback from staff who attended – all of it very positive. They found the training excellent and trainers positive, encouraging and inspiring.  

Jacqui Warne- Executive Head Teacher, Bidwell Brook


Jacqui Warne- Executive Head Teacher, Bidwell Brook

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Proud2Be Tweets

Disco | 21st April 2018

An inclusive community fundraiser disco open to LGBTQIA+ people, their friends, families and supporters (16+). Raising funds to support Proud2Be’s community work in South Devon. DJ sets from Madame Souza & Rhi Rhi Rhythm

Click to read more

Proud2Be Training

Proud2Be design and deliver training to suit the needs of you and your organisation. Our promise to you is that you will not be sat in front of a PowerPoint presentation for hours on end. Our sessions are engaging, fun and interactive.

More info HERE

LGBTQIA+ Directory

We work collaboratively with others to ensure all LGBTQIA+ people can access the support they need. Here is our list of groups & organisations that support the LGBTQIA+ community in the South West and beyond.

Click here