‘Essential reading…it offers a brilliant round-up of all the issues, literature and research over the last 20 years to enable schools to understand why and how to challenge gender stereotypes.’ – Let Toys Be Toys
‘A brilliant, comprehensive and action-focused guide.’ – Sara Shahvisi, Director of Programmes, Fearless Futures
‘Offers an instantly usable range of tools to develop gender equality in primary schools.’ – Dr Anna Carlile, Senior Lecturer in Inclusive Education, Goldsmiths, University of London
We are very excited to announce that this book, which is based on the work of the Gender Respect Project, is now out!
This hands-on guide supports primary teachers and other school staff in
challenging gender stereotypes, and sets out advice on how to implement
gender equality and respect in the curriculum, and in all areas of school
The book is full of lesson plans, case studies, clear guidance and
recommended actions as well as further reading and resources. Extending
beyond awareness of other genders, this book provides a framework for a
gender equality approach in the classroom, and empowers children to think
critically about gender and to respect themselves and others.
Aimed at: primary school teachers, trainee teachers, head teachers, teaching
assistants, pastoral teams and governors.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers