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LBGT+ Advice and Information

Please click on the images below that link to LGBT advice and information websites.

The Proud Trust

LGBT+ Support Group Links

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Youth Tags Warrington

The Stay Safe Team are always available to talk to in school. 

Stay Safe Team

LGBT+ History Month

LGBT+ History Month is held every February to raise awareness of, and combat prejudice against, LGBT people and history. We had an assembly in school where we thought about inclusion and acceptance. We talked about why we have the Rainbow Flag Award in school and how we can respect one another. 


Pupils have learnt about LGBT+ inclusion and equality and taken part in various activities around this topic. One of our pupils came and spoke to the children about her uncle, who is in a same-sex relationship and has adopted a child.

Children were very receptive and showed excellent knowledge on how to combat LGBT+ and HBT bullying. This is something we plan to continue with annually as part of our Personal Development.

LGBT+ Pupil Posters and Postcards

Our pupils made their own posters and postcards promoting LGBT+ equality.

LGBT+ Postcard

Love Has No Labels

At St. Peter's, we understand how important it is to be yourself and that everyone is equal, even if they are different. We shared the following video with each other and think its message is important - love has no labels! Please click on the image below to watch.


Rainbow Flag Award

St. Peter's has achieved The Rainbow Flag Award, where we had to undertake a variety of tasks to ensure LGBT inclusion in our school. The award focuses on LGBT+, (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, plus other related identities), inclusion and visibility, as well as developing strategies to combat LGBTphobic bullying.

Please click on the image below to find out more about The Rainbow Flag Award.


Alien Nation

Pupils have read 'Alien Nation', a book all about a planet where people can be who they want to be. It's a story of friendhsip, solidarity, building bridges and exploring who you are and where you belong.

The children then discussed and thought about the questions that were presented in the book, answering them on post-its and then creating a display of their learning.

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