Minister celebrates school diversity

From left, Caroline Dinenage MP, Natasha Collier, 15, Victoria Chant, 14, and Callum Mihell, 15 at  Horndean Techonolgy College Picture Ian Hargreaves (150985-1)
From left, Caroline Dinenage MP, Natasha Collier, 15, Victoria Chant, 14, and Callum Mihell, 15 at Horndean Techonolgy College Picture Ian Hargreaves (150985-1)
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THE new Minister for Women, Equalities and Family Justice visited a school to see how it celebrates and promotes diversity.

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage, who was recently appointed to the ministerial role, paid a visit to Horndean Technology College on Thursday.

There she met teachers and students to learn about how they work with Stonewall to tackle homophobic bullying and celebrate difference in schools

Ms Dinenage said: ‘It’s clear that they are all dedicated to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment.

‘This government is committed to tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools, which is why we’re investing £2m to help schools deal with this type of bullying more effectively.’