Homophobic, biphobic & transphobic bullying

ABA resources

Take a look at our list of Dos and Don’ts when tackling homophobic, biophobic and transphobic bullying. This list has been influenced by the lived experiences of children and young people. You could use this list to inspire staff in your college or school to compile their own guidance or use this as part of a staff training exercise.

We have produced a guide for school staff on tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying for disabled children and young people with SEN. Click here for the full version of the guide and here for the short version.

EACH and with its partners have developed an amazing resource as a resut of a programme to reduce homo[phobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying which is free to access on EACH's website. Take a look! 

Guidance for staff

Lesson plans, assemblies and activities

Trans resources:

Resources from Stonewall



  • Sollie, A. Hello Sailor

  • Richardson, J. And Tango Makes Three

  • De Haan, L. King and King

  • Parr, T. It's Okay to be different

  • Parr, T. The Family Book

  • Carter, V. If I had 100 mummies

  • Watson, K. Spacegirl Pukes

  • Bryan, J. The Different Dragon

  • Gleitzman, M. Two Weeks with the Queen

  • Charlesworth, J. That's so gay

The lists of resources here are not comprehensive and inclusion does not necessarily imply endorsement or recommendation by the ABA. For guidance on using anti-bullying resources go to Resources.

If you would like to suggest resources to be added to this website please email aba@ncb.org.uk.

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