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Educate & Celebrate is an Ofsted and DFE recognised Award Programme that gives staff, students, parents and governors the confidence and strategies to implement an LGBT+Inclusive curriculum to successfully eradicate homophobia, biphobia and transphobia from our nursery, primary and secondary schools, colleges, Universities, organisations and communities.


Focusing on 5 core areas, the award programme invites teachers, students, parents and governors to participate in creating positive whole school change through training, policy, curriculum, community and environment.

Pride in Inclusion Award

In order to achieve the award at school, highly skilled and experienced trainers will support us through the change process. All trainers have led the Award Programme in schools allowing them to share their extensive knowledge and strategies with us on our journey to inclusion.


Over the 12-month programme we have access to:

  • Phone, email and face-to-face support throughout from your personal trainer and Educate & Celebrate
  • Two CPD days for your lead members of staff
  • Delivery of a staff meeting
  • A PRIDE Book collection for your library and classrooms
  • Merchandise, classroom resources and promotional materials
  • Free access to resources in our members only area
  • Two visits from a regional trainer
  • The facilitation of a PRIDE Youth Network
  • An action plan, timeline of activities and targets in five core areas
  • Participation in our regional activities and competitions
  • Participation in our annual PRIDE Youth Network Conference


Our Lead Teacher and first point of contact for any questions about Educate and Celebrate is Mr Goodman.

Educate & Celebrate Building Cohesive Communities - Elly Barnes CEO

Building Cohesive Communities forms part of the Educate & Celebrate Best Practice Programme. Our 80 Best Practice Schools from around the UK 2015-16 took part in celebrations, events and competitions. The film showcases their LGBT+Inclusive work! To get involved please contact and see our website for training, resources, guidance, help and advice.