LGBTQIA+ Early Years Magazine

LGBTQIA+ Early Years Magazine

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Created by the LGBTQIA+ Early Years Working Group and sponsored by Famly, this magazine was compiled to celebrate diversity and equality in the Early Years and to mark the first LGBTQIA+ Early Years Awareness Week. 

Magazine Contents include: 

  • LGBTQIA+: What does the Initialism Mean? by Eris Varga
  • Inclusion for All by James Butler
  • Looking Through an LGBT Lens by Lucy Rae
  • Interview with And Pasley on Gender Pronouns by Sid Mohandas
  • Creating a Partnership with Parents and Carers by Aaron Bradbury
  • A Brief Guide to Navigating Pronouns by Eris Varga
  • Leadership & LGBTQIA+ by Kim Benham and Nazma Meah
  • Reframing Safe Spaces by Dr Valerie Daniel
  • Working with Families by Ruby Brooks
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Ruth Sharp
  • Prejudice & Oppression Has Never Affected Me by Juls Davies
  • My Story by Sharifah Lee
  • Getting Started: Representation in Early Years by Maggie Smith (Pseudonym)
  • An Inclusive Environment by Claire Francis
  • Unpicking Unconscious Bias by Tamsin Grimmer
  • The Early Years Inclusion Revolution by Liz Pemberton and Aaron Bradbury (published by kind permission of Famly)
  • Faith Settings & LGBTQ+ by Frances Towers

Created by the LGBTQIA+ Early Years Working Group and sponsored by Famly, this magazine was compiled to celebrate diversity and equality in the Early Years and to mark the first LGBTQIA+ Early Years Awareness Week. 

Magazine Contents include: 

  • LGBTQIA+: What does the Initialism Mean? by Eris Varga
  • Inclusion for All by James Butler
  • Looking Through an LGBT Lens by Lucy Rae
  • Interview with And Pasley on Gender Pronouns by Sid Mohandas
  • Creating a Partnership with Parents and Carers by Aaron Bradbury
  • A Brief Guide to Navigating Pronouns by Eris Varga
  • Leadership & LGBTQIA+ by Kim Benham and Nazma Meah
  • Reframing Safe Spaces by Dr Valerie Daniel
  • Working with Families by Ruby Brooks
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Ruth Sharp
  • Prejudice & Oppression Has Never Affected Me by Juls Davies
  • My Story by Sharifah Lee
  • Getting Started: Representation in Early Years by Maggie Smith (Pseudonym)
  • An Inclusive Environment by Claire Francis
  • Unpicking Unconscious Bias by Tamsin Grimmer
  • The Early Years Inclusion Revolution by Liz Pemberton and Aaron Bradbury (published by kind permission of Famly)
  • Faith Settings & LGBTQ+ by Frances Towers

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DISCLAIMER:
The articles in this magazine have been provided through the experience of each of the authors and has been written with that in mind. It is meant to be used as an opportunity to reflect on your position when discussing LGBTQIA+ and starting your journey of representation. It is in no way an expectation that this magazine is the way to approach your practice and we are not saying that the articles within this magazine is the only way to approach such matters. It is important as professionals that we know what is best for our children within our care. But, it is meant to be an opportunity to take on board what is being stated. Another clarification is that all the Authors work across the whole sector of the Early Years. This includes Maintained ,Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years settings and Schools. By downloading this magazine you have taken on board the points raised above.

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