Broomhill Primary is committed to ensuring that our ethos and curriculum is lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) inclusive.

LGBT Charter of Rights

By displaying the LGBT Charter of Rights, we hope to send a positive message to LGBT people in the Broomhill Primary community that they are included, valued, supported and will be treated fairly when they access our school service. To download a copy of the LGBT Charter click – charter-rights-primary.

Our School Practice

  • All our staff are trained in LGBT awareness.
  • Our curriculum and Library are LGBT inclusive.
  • Our anti-bullying policy sets out our procedures to prevent and tackle bulling, including homophobic languages and bullying.
  • Our school uniform policy makes it clear that pupils can wear whatever options of school uniform they feel comfortable in.
  • Our Equalities Policy sets out how our school  upholds Children’s Rights and meets the duties set out in the Equality Act (2010).
  • Our pupils led a  Film Festival, with a focus on LGBT related bullying

LGBT Charter

Broomhill Primary embarked on the LGBT Schools Charter programme  in 2020 to help the school focus on the quality of support and curriculum we provide.

LGBT Charter Action Plan 2020-21

The following LGBT Charter Routemap outlines our improvement journey during 2020/21.

Charter Display in Reception Area

Our headteacher or deputes are happy to talk with you about any questions concerning sexual orientation or gender identity. The links below to LGBT websites also provide information.

Useful Websites 

LGBT Youth Scotland

Scotland’s national charity for LGBTI young people, working with 13–25 year olds across the country. LGBT Youth Scotland also deliver the LGBT Charter programme to schools, organisations and businesses.


Link to Scotland’s anti-bullying service, funded by the Scottish Government and managed by SAHM (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland.


Stonewall Scotland charity for information and support for LGBT communities and their allies.

Parenting Across Scotland

Parents Enquiry Scotland provides help, information and support for families of LGBT children. Have helplines run by parents of LGBT children.

Displays in our welcoming school reception area