We have gathered some of our data here, which is accurate as of 2022/23 and will be published in our upcoming report. For the full outcomes report and all of our previous reports, visit Reports and Guidance.
257 Schools worked with
251 Learning inputs delivered
2,546 Teachers trained (Stage 1)
1,732 Teachers trained (Stage 2)
2,723 Student teachers trained
9,329 Young people worked with
98% had a better understanding of what is meant by homophobic language.
96% said they would try their best to not use homophobic language in the future.
100% of teachers surveyed felt that the sessions had met the stated goals.
2,611 young people received our secondary assemblies.
81% reported at the start of the session that they regularly heard prejudicial language about LGBT people.
By the end of the sessions, 9 in 10 said they would no longer use this language.
19 Inputs delivered at 11 ITE providers.
2,723 student teachers trained this year.
98.4% said this training improved their understanding of how to implement LGBT Inclusive Education.
98.2% said they had a clear idea of where they could start to integrate LGBT Learning Themes into their class content.
98.4% said they were likely to use the signposted curriculum resources, such as lgbteducation.scot, lesson plans and worksheets.
2,546 teachers and school staff completed the Stage 1 E-Learning module of the ‘Delivering LGBT Inclusive Education’ CPD this year.
96.7% said the E-Learning improved their confidence in beginning to deliver LGBT Inclusive Education.
97.2% said the E-Learning improved their understanding of how to begin delivering LGBT Inclusive Education.
97.7% of those who completed the E-Learning said it improved their understanding of what LGBT Inclusive Education was.
9 out of 10 said they were likely to use the resources featured on the national platform in their curriculum.
1,066 teachers and support staff received Stage 2 Curriculum Development inputs.
99.1% said they had a stronger understanding of how to use the LGBT Inclusive Education Learning Themes.
2,546 teachers have completed Stage 1 of the national professional learning.
5,180 individual downloads of resources this year.
58,370 visits to the national platform