- Stereotypes Stop You Doing Stuff - project report with conclusions and themes from the five schools.
- Boys' Things and Girls' Things? - information on creating and updating resources as well as specific examples of practice from the project schools.
- It's Child's Play This - notes on the project books and how to use them.
- Breaking the Mould - article on children's books that challenge gender stereotypes.
Early Years: ages 3-5, KS1: ages 5-7, KS2: ages 7-11
Art and design, Citizenship, English / literacy, English: literature / story, History, PSHE / PSE / PSED
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It's Child's Play: A resource for teachers to use in class every day. It contains a set of accompanying notes on the project books and how to use them, plus more information on using children’s literature to challenge gender stereotypes.
Boys' Things, Girls' Things: This booklet contains examples of how staff worked to challenge gender stereotypes both inside and outside the classroom as well as specific examples of practice from the project schools.
Every Child, Every Family: This resource will help you to promote LGBT+ inclusion through reading. It’s designed to help you include every child and make sure every child has ways to see their family and relatives represented positively in their school.
Stereotypes Stop You Doing Stuff: This provides an overview of how the different schools looked at the impact of gender stereotypes on young people and considered how they could begin to unsettle some of the established assumptions about what girls and boys might like or do.