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Government Advice on Transphobic Bullying: The government has issued a guidance leaflet on “Preventing and tackling bullying: Advice for Headteachers, Staff, and governing bodies.” It covers England but may be of use for guidance.
“Teaching that supports gender variant children”. This is a helpful article by Melissa Bollow Temple on teaching that supports gender variant children. It is from the Huffington Gay Voices.
Assisting Schools to Combat Transphobic Bullying . Produced by GIRES who have extensive experience in assisting schools in developing policies, training their staff and handling specific situation.
Transphobic Bullying Toolkit: “Transphobic Bullying: Could you deal with it in your school?”. A Home Office commissioned GIRES toolkit for schools to use in combating transphobic bullying. The material has undergone extensive testing by people involved in education, government agencies, the unions, the police and organisations working in the transgender field.
“Guidance for Schools on preventing and responding to sexist, sexual and transphobic bullying”. This document forms part of the ‘Safe to Learn’ suite of anti-bullying guidance for schools. It outlines what school leaders and school staff can do to prevent and respond to sexist, sexual and transphobic bullying. The guidance aims to do two things: firstly, build understanding around what sexist, sexual and transphobic bullying is and how it is relevant to schools, and secondly provide schools with the information they need to prevent and tackle this form of bullying. This includes the development of whole school policy and effective practice. Produced by the Department for Children, Families and Schools, 2009.
Information for teenagers: Gender development the inside story. Written specifically for teenagers, school years 10 and 11 upwards. Produced by GIRES you can access the GIRES information page here, or click on the document title to link straight to the pdf document.