At such a difficult and uncertain time, we know that education staff, parents and carers are facing unprecedented challenges.
However, it's at times like these that we can come together to help each other. That's why we're launching a series of home learning packs. Whether you're a teacher sending work home for your students, or a parent or carer looking for some activities for your child, these packs are for you. There's a primary, secondary and SEND version of each pack, complete with suggested activities and supporting materials to support your child's learning.
Stonewall's Education and Youth team offers support to schools, colleges and children young people's services throughout the UK. See more information on our work.
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Download the home learning packs
Choose a home learning pack to download.
Download our Frida Kahlo inspired art, English and computing activities.
Our Different Families packs include a range of art, English and computing activities.
A range of number activities and problem solving tasks for primary and secondary students, including those working on P-Scales.
A range of English activities with curriculum links to art, history, geography, music and PSHE.
A range of creative activities with curriculum links to art, computing, DT, English, music, PE and PSHE.
A range of activities based around the lives of LGBT people from history with curriculum links to art, DT, English, history, music, science, PSHE, PE and computing.
Staying Safe online
We worked with Childnet to create out Staying Safe Online guide, a resource that has become even more important now that most children and young people are having to rely on apps and online tools to stay connected with their friends.
For LGBT young people, the internet is a place to make friends and discover yourself - but going online can be risky. Covering everything from cyberbullying to dating apps, Staying Safe Online identifies the dangers. But don’t worry: it’s packed with hints, tips and resources for keeping young people safe online.Download the PDF