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A World of Difference resources for teaching about visible difference

Our free resources are designed to help students recognise and challenge stereotypes of visible difference.

Teachers have a key role to play in supporting young people who look different. By creating inclusive schools, we can create a society that welcomes and values everyone, regardless of what they look like. Our A World of Difference programme consists of training and development resources for teachers as well as classroom and assembly resources for both primary and secondary schools.

In this video, children with a visible difference share their advice for teachers.

Classroom and assembly resources

A collage of covers of our A World of Difference primary school resources

Primary school resources

Secondary school resources

As a young person with a visible difference, I often experience people staring and making rude comments. This is especially the case at school and in the past, it has been very difficult to deal with. This is why the resources from Changing Faces are so important. They will help to educate young people about visible differences and hopefully this will mean less bullying in schools.

Changing Faces young champion Bronwen, age 17

Teacher training and development resources

A collage of covers of our A World of Difference CPD resources for teachers

Initial teacher training materials for trainee teachers

CPD materials for teachers

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