End Sexism In Schools

Join our campaign.

There are lots of ways you can get involved and help our work to end sexism in schools, including our current crowdresearch project.

We are a grassroots organisation made up of individuals from up and down the UK, and as far afield as New Zealand, united by a shared vision of ending sexism in UK schools.

Get in touch:

endsexisminschools@gmail.com

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What the heck is crowdresearch?

Volunteer

You volunteer as little as
30 minutes of your time
to help us out.

Research

We assign you a school and
you research their curriculum
using our handy guide.

Report

You report your findings
through our easy-to-use
Google Form.

You can even watch the data coming in in real time! Awesome right?

Want to volunteer?

Whether you just have a quick half an hour to help out by researching a local school or you want to get stuck in and help with planning and delivering our long term campaign strategies, we’d love you to join us.

Got a media enquiry?

Do you work for a local paper? A big national media outlet? Run your own blog? Want to know more about what we’re doing and why? Get in touch and we’ll be happy to tell you more.

Hear more from our campaign team.

Campaign Update – Final Crowdresearch Push and Next Steps

Hi friends! Hard to believe it’s September already but here we are! Since we launched our first campaign project back in April, we’ve been blown away by the response and work of our volunteers. Thanks to the time and effort put in by all those who contributed, we have successfully crowdresearched the whole texts taught…

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Crowdresearch update: Much Ado About the Gender Play Gap

Hi friends! It’s time for another crowdresearch update. If you thought our statistics on women novelists at KS3 were bad enough (find out more here), the statistics on playwrights are even worse. Out of the schools researched up to 16th July 2021, 544 had useable data. A quick review of these schools shows: 1415 plays were taught…

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“The content of a book holds the power of education and it is with this power that we can shape our future and change lives.”

Malala Yousafzai

For all enquiries, please contact endsexisminschools@gmail.com
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