Alder Pride means ensuring our young people are knowledgeable, aware, comfortable and tolerant.

Over the past 5 years we have strived to offer our students the opportunities to not only develop their understanding of the challenges and issues the LGBTQ+ community have faced but to also celebrate their successes, learn how to be a positive ally and reflect on their own identities and diversity.

It is not prescriptive so it is also very much about our young people joining in debate, sharing their different opinions and having fun whilst doing so.

We value the importance of “lived experience” and have been lucky to have been supported by Sparkle National Transgender Charity, Tameside LGBT Youth Services, Jonathan Reynolds MP, Carl Austin-Behan (LGBT Advisor to the Mayor of Greater Manchester), Greater Manchester Police, Mermaids Trans and Gender Diverse Youth Charity and many more…

 Alder Pride Week 2020 has definitely had to take a different form this year(!) but we have packed it full of videos, activities and learning to ensure that our students do not miss out. 

 

Alder Pride Week 2020 - The Lockdown Edition

The resources can all be found here. You do not have to submit anything but we would LOVE to see anything you choose to do to celebrate in your own way. You can email anything to Miss Howarth a.howarth@alderchs.uk

Alder Pride

 

LGBT Support in Tameside

 

Useful Links to Access Support and Information

The Proud Trust - Home of LGBT+ Youth

Sparkle - The National Transgender Charity

Proud 2B Parents - A service for LGBT parents and their children

Mermaids - Helping gender diverse kids and their families

AKT - safe homes and better futures for LGBT young people

 

Alder Pride Photo Gallery

Alder Pride

 

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