UK Feminista has developed an online teacher training course on tackling sexism in schools. The interactive course can be integrated into any teacher training provision and is designed to equip trainee teachers with the tools and confidence to challenge sexism in the classroom. It provides flexibility, allowing students to complete the training from a remote location at a time of their choosing.

Trainee teachers can access the free training by creating an account here: training.ukfeminista.org.uk

The online teacher training course has been used by a number of ITT providers, including the University of Oxford, University of Southampton, University of Manchester, University of Exeter, and King’s College London.

  • 100% of participants found the training useful
  • 99% of participants now feel more confident about how to tackle sexism in the classroom
  • 99% of participants would recommend this training to other teachers

“Written in 3 x 30 minute modules, with numerous downloadable resources, this free training on sexism in schools is not only easily accessible and well researched but thought-provoking and provides concrete strategies and ideas for trainees. I would thoroughly recommend it as a tool for ITT providers to use.”  Eluned Pickup, Senior Teaching Fellow, PGCE programme – University of Southampton

The online training course includes interactive activities, case studies, video content, and classroom resources. It will enable trainee teachers to meet their legal duty to challenge sexism and discrimination in schools.

A short guide with more user feedback and information about the course and how ITT providers can be found here.

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