Diversify offers 2nd Lockdown Lesson for Homeschooling

15th January 2021

As a response to school closures, Diversify have developed free social inclusion resources to support parents with homeschooling. The 2nd in the series covers LGBT+ Inclusion.

New Sessions are released every Friday throughout lockdown. Follow them and keep an eye on their social media (Facebook link - https://www.facebook.com/diversifyuk) for updates and releases of extra activities.

Go to the dedicated Family Zone  - https://diversifynow.co.uk/family-zone/

The second release is now available - the second in the series accompanies the short ‘In a Heartbeat’

"In a Heartbeat" is a simple yet enduring story, a heartwarming fable of young love and all the irrepressible butterflies that come with it. It also just happens to be about two boys.
Use this short film to spark a conversation about people from the LGBT+ community in an age-appropriate, accessible and engaging way. Diversify have compiled a list of exercises for people to use with their children.

Here is the direct link - https://diversifynow.co.uk/family-zone/in-a-heartbeat-lgbt-inclusion/

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