We’re passionate about enabling a safe, positive and inclusive community across our entire College, and we’re committed to supporting the diversity of our students, teachers, staff and visitors. We’re proud to support the LGBT+ community.
A safe and supportive environment
At Sefton Sixth Form College, we’re committed to promoting and safeguarding all the characteristics of the Equality Act 2010.
Several of these are in respect to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Plus community. We do not tolerate any discrimination on the grounds of sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnerships, or gender reassignment.
We want Sefton Sixth Form College to be a safe and supportive environment for every individual.
Sefton Sexual Health Service provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. The service is free and confidential for everyone and they offer a choice of walk-in or appointment clinics, along with designated under 25 only sessions.
You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and the service will do their best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability.
The services they provide include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests.
In addition, Sefton Sexual Health Service also have referral clinics for psycho-sexual counselling and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team.
Call 01704 513 303 for more information.
The Armistead is a free and confidential sexual health promotion service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) people and for male and female sex workers.
For further information or about groups held at Armistead please call Armistead’s Helpline on 0151 247 6560.
LGBT Foundation, formerly known as The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF), is a national charity delivering a wide range of services to lesbian, gay and bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities.
Their aim is to achieve change with and on behalf of LGBT people and continue to meet their needs by providing vital services.
Visit LGBT Foundation for more information.