aGender Arts & Education
aGender Arts and Education believe that every young person has the right to fly: to flourish and value themselves and others no matter whom they are and where they come from.
We use creative media as a personal, social, health and relationship tool.
Our developing portfolio of work assists young people (8-21) to:
•Accept themselves and others.•Look beyond gender and related stereotypes.•Establish safe and respectful relationships.•Enjoy learning, & gain new skills, knowledge& awareness.•Engage productively in their community.
Our three year plan includes supporting PSHE in schools and developing PSHE work that is at the forefront of proven need e.g. LGBTQ relationship education and e-safety for young people.