Scope Role Models

We’re working with secondary schools to help them create inclusive learning environments and start conversations about disability.

What is Scope Role Models?

  • One hour workshops for secondary school students, hosted by Scope and a disabled role model. 
  • In a relaxed style we talk about issues like attitudes and stereotyping and how they impact the lives of disabled people.
  • The disabled role model then shares a story from their life as a disabled person in modern Britain, in order to dispel some myths.
  • We then open up for a question and answer session with the students.

Why should your school book a Scope Role Models workshop?

  • Our Scope Role Models workshops build a more open, welcoming learning environment, especially for disabled students and students with disabled friends or loved ones.

  • By facilitating open, honest discussion and challenging negative language and attitudes, we can help tackle bullying in schools.

A class taking part in a session, all with their hands raised.
I liked how any question was answered and any terminology could be used without offending anyone. We have an actual disabled person teaching us, not just anyone.
If you're interested in booking a workshop session at your school then please fill out our booking form.
If you're a disabled person and feel you'd make an amazing role model then please fill out our enquiry form.

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