Graham Andre: No more boys and girls

Graham was seen working with his class on the BBC2 documentary ‘No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Go Gender Free’. Through this documentary he has been invited to speak on national tv and live events to talk about its impact.​


Graham Andre’ is a primary school teacher working on the Isle of Wight. He has always worked in the education sector, starting as a teaching assistant and having various roles before doing a part-time degree and completing his GTP six years ago. He now sits of the Steering Group of the Gender Equality Charter working with schools, homes and businesses to bring about gender equality. The GEC Challenges gender imbalance through a growing community of supporters. 

How do gender stereotypes impact on our children? We will look at children from birth up and see what we can do to help stop the negative effects. Graham will share practical tips to use in the workplace and look at the importance of male role models in the early years - How do we recruit and retain?

  • Tuesday 19th February
  • Lecture 18:00
  • Wine Reception 19:00
  • Location: Jackson Lecture Theatre, Minerva Building

This event is free to attend book you tickets here 

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