Services Provided by Shaun Dellenty
Multi Award-Winning Inspirational INSET/Training Events In Your Own School or Context
Shaun Dellenty offers inspiring Inclusion For All workshops and INSET sessions for primary and secondary schools. These range from 45 mins, one or two hours, half days or even whole days in your own school. Shaun can also facilitate a one day ‘pop up’ regional Inclusion For All conference, involving more than one partner schools and any relevant local LGBT+ support networks.
Cost will vary according to time allocation and numbers attending. To arrange a booking quote or to find out more please contact Shaun or email@example.com
Shaun Dellenty is a highly respected, inspiring, lively and experienced public speaker who delivers meaning with passion and humour. Shaun has significant experience of delivering positive LGBT+ inclusion lectures in universities and teacher training establishments including Amnesty, Teach First, Derby University, University of Bedfordshire, University of Hull, University of Brighton, Liverpool John Moores, London South Bank and the Institute for Education. Shaun is very passionate about speaking to trainee teachers and staff involved in initial teacher training; to arrange a booking or to find out more please contact Shaun or directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who has seen Shaun Dellenty speak will attest that he speaks with unforgettable passion, informed by a wealth of personal experience enriched with warmth, humour and humanity. Shaun has a positive 'can do' approach to his work and firmly believes in the power of sharing and celebrating good practice to make things better for all young people.
Shaun is regularly invited to speak to pupils in schools, at LGBT Pride events, IDAHOBIT events, Anti-Bullying Week events, Hate -Crime events and community events, in addition to national anti-bullying events and conferences. As an ex- professional actor and presenter Shaun is happy to speak in front of audiences of any size, from one to several thousands. Shaun also delivers inspiring and humorous after dinner speeches about his life and work in education and beyond. Shaun is also regularly asked to participate in or lead panels. To arrange a booking or to find out more please contact Shaun or directly by email at email@example.com
Advising on Policy
Shaun has advised on LGBT+ inclusion policy at Trade Union level and at Parliamentary level. For enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing Articles and Blogging
Shaun Dellenty blogs for the online global newspaper The Huffington Post on issues that underpin his work preventing LGBT+ bullying and language in schools. These articles can be read at Shaun's Huffington Post Blog
Shaun has written articles for The Guardian newspaper, the Times Educational Supplement, The Guardian online teacher network, Gay Star News and many other education journals, magazines and online magazines. To discuss a bespoke article please contact Shaun or directly by email at email@example.com
Book Submissions and Papers
Shaun Dellenty is often invited to write about his work in the form of chapters, articles and submissions for books and academic papers. To discuss a bespoke article please contact Shaun or directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shaun Dellenty has been widely interviewed including G-Scene Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Times Educational Supplement, GLGBT Radio, the 'After 82' documentary film project, London Live, BBC London and BBC Radio 4. To arrange an interview or to find out more please contact Shaun or directly by email at email@example.com
Advising Theatre Companies
Shaun Dellenty worked with and offered advice to writer EV Crowe, director Jeremy Heddin and the cast of 'Hero' a play about a gay primary school teacher produced and performed in 2012 at the Royal Court Theatre. As a fully paid up Equity member Shaun is also regularly asked to offer advice to Theatre In Education projects tackling issues around homophobia. In 2016 Shaun collaborated with HyperFusion Theatre Company to produce anti-homophobia play for schools ‘BOY; which was performed in UK Parliament.
To find out more please contact Shaun or directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org