Shaun Dellenty
Shaun Dellenty
Shaun Dellenty is the Deputy Headteacher of Alfred Salter Primary. A survivor of homophobic bullying, Shaun founded 'Inclusion For All' to prevent such bullying. Work includes schools, universities, Teach First, Amnesty, NCTL, NSPCC, Kidscape, Open University, House of Commons, with recent IFA conferences in London, Liverpool, Gateshead, Birmingham and Devon.
Shaun is writing a book ‘That Gay Teacher’.
Shaun writes for the national press, recently featuring CBBC's ‘Our School’

In 2014 Shaun led student workshops with the Archbishop of Canterbury to launch the churches anti-homophobia resource.

Featured on IOS 'Pink List', Shaun is also nominated ‘Unsung Hero In Education’ (2015 Excellence In Diversity Awards)

Find Shaun online: 
Twitter @ShaunDellenty
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/shaundellentyIFA
Website www.inclusionforall.co.uk

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