29th October 2014
NUT praises Nicky Morgan over £2 million anti-LGBT bullying fund 7
2:07 PM — The National Union of Teachers has welcomed Nicky Morgan’s announcement of a £2m fund to help schools tackle bullying against LGBT students.
30th July 2014
Survey reveals Doncaster teachers fear talking about gay issues 10
6:39 PM — A study by the National Union of Teachers in Doncaster has found that ‘a significant minority’ of teachers are reluctant to discuss gay issues in class.
23rd April 2014
UK Government: ‘Schools should not promote any sexual orientation’ 18
6:38 PM — The government has reiterated its warning against schools introducing Section 28-style policies targeting the "promotion" of homosexuality by saying they should not promote any type of sexual orientation in the classroom.
2nd April 2013
NUT urges for sex education to be made statutory in order to tackle homophobic bullying 8
12:20 PM — The government’s decision to maintain sex education as a non-statutory subject has been criticised by the general secretary of the National Union of Teachers.
3rd September 2012
Cornwall: Catholic school fails to distance itself from anti-gay row 27
6:10 PM — St Michael’s Catholic free school in Truro is the UK’s first government-funded Catholic free secondary and in a recent meeting, a member of the public said the school would not teach gay “nonsense”.
14th August 2012
Report on homophobia in schools to be launched in Manchester 5
2:47 PM — The Greater Manchester Prevalence of Homophobia Report 2012 will be launched at the city's Pink Triangle theatre later this month. The pioneering campaign was launched by local associations of the National Union of Teachers to survey members’ views on levels of homophobia in schools.