The Experiences Of Lesbian, Gay, Bi And Trans Young People In Britain's Schools In 2017


The LGBT equality charity Stonewall says 45% of gay pupils still face bullying, with Faith schools continuing to be the worst type of school for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pupils. The study, carried out by the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge, suggests gay, lesbian and transgender pupils in England, Wales and Scotland are less likely to face homophobic bullying than five or 10 years ago. Leadership Briefing 11.12(132)

DATE: 28/06/2017

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