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No Outsiders

At Wincham, we use the No Outsiders scheme to:

  • Teach children about the Equality Act 2010 and British Values 
  • Reduce vulnerability to radicalisation and extremism 
  • Prepare children for a life in modern Britain
  • Teach children to be proud of who they are while recognising and celebrating difference and diversity 
  • Develop resilience in children 
  • Create a positive school ethos where everyone feels they belong 

The No Outsiders scheme uses a selection of 35 books, covering Early Years to Y6, selected to support primary schools to develop a curriculum response to the Equality Act 2010. The titles in this book pack encourage children to explore identities and focus on diversity as a whole.

Our aim is for children to leave primary school happy and excited about living in a community full of difference and diversity, whether that difference is through ethnicity, gender, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or religion.


              Year Group

                Year A

                  Year B


Mommy, Mama and Me

You Choose

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly


Themes covered:

  • To say what I think
  • To understand it’s ok to like different things
  • To make friends with someone different 
  • To understand that all families are different
  • To celebrate my family

Mommy, Mama and Me

You Choose

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly


Years 1 and 2

Dogs Don't do Ballet

That’s Not How You Do It

Max the Champion

What the Jackdaw Saw

Blown Away

Themes covered

  • To understand that our bodies work in different ways
  • To be able to work with everyone in my class
  • To understand what diversity is
  • To feel proud of being different
  • To know when to be assertive

The Ten Pirates

My World Your World 


The Odd Egg

The First Slodge

Themes covered

  • To like the way I am
  • To play with boys and girls
  • To understand we share the world with lots of people
  • To understand how we share the world
  • To understand what makes someone feel proud

Years 3 and 4

The New Jumper 

King and King

Alien Nation 

Themes covered

  • To understand why people choose to get married
  • To understand gender equality and stereotype

My Princess Boy


The Cow Who Climbed a Tree

The Way Back Home


Themes covered

  • To overcome language as a barrier
  • To be who you want to be
  • To promote diversity

Years 5 and 6

The Island


And Tango Makes 3

How to Heal a Broken Wing

Alien Nation (Gender identity) 

Themes covered

  • To recognise when someone needs help
  • To accept people who are different to me
  • To challenge the causes of racism

Dreams of Freedom

King of the Sky


The Thing

Where the Poppies Grow

Themes covered

  • To learn from our past
  • To recognise my freedom
  • To accept people who are different to me


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