The Face Equality Education Pack is offers an interactive session plan on the topic of appearance-related bullying for teachers and youth workers to use.  There are two packs, one for 6 to 10 year old’s and another for 11 to 18 year old’s.

Changing Faces research shows that in 2018 “Less than a third of young people would be friends with someone with a disfigurement” highlighting the importance of fostering sensitivity around appearance and building inclusion and support for young people.

Below are links to the to the tools for each pack to deliver the session including the education pack and accompanying power point.

Face Equality Education Pack for 6-10 year old’s

Face Equality Education Pack (6-10 year old’s)

Changing Faces Education Powerpoint (6-10 year old’s)


Face Equality Education Pack for 11-18 year old’s

Face Equality Education Pack (11-18 year old’s)

Changing Faced Education Powerpoint (11-18 year old’s)


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