Our Supporters

Camden Learning

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Camden Learning is a local partnership between Camden schools and Camden council, created for the benefit of children and schools. We bring teachers, headteachers and other education practitioners together, to share expertise, drive improvement and achieve excellent practice.


Chartered College of Teaching

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The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers. It is working to connect, inform and inspire teachers to raise the status of the profession and support them to deliver the best possible education for children and young people.

Lifting Limits opens our eyes to the unconscious bias that we are too often susceptible to within society. This is important work for teachers who believe in building equity, fairness & diversity.


The Fawcett Society

Women are still a minority in politics, in boardrooms, and in the editorials of media. Their under-representation means they have less influence than they should in decisions that affect their lives. The Fawcett Society works to redress these inequalities in all its forms, and for all women.

From the gender pay gap to violence against women and girls, gender stereotypes lurk beneath so many of the issues we campaign on. We are excited to see the work Lifting Limits are doing, and we hope that the evidence from their evaluation will help clear a path to widespread change.


Gender Action Schools Award

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Gender Action is an awards programme for nurseries, schools and colleges. The programme provides recognition and support to schools and nurseries challenging gender stereotypes through a whole-school approach.

“Gender Action and Lifting Limits share the ethos that the most effective way to tackle gender inequity is to ensure children and young people develop in environments that actively challenge stereotypical views of gender”


The Kreitman Foundation

The Kreitman Foundation seeks to improve the lives of people who are growing up LGBTI+.

We see the incredible work that Lifting Limits does as absolutely fundamental to breaking stereotypes and promoting equality across the board.


Leigh Day

Leigh Day is a specialist law firm with some of the country’s leading personal injury, product liability, clinical negligence, employment and discrimination, international and human rights teams. It was established in 1987 and represents individuals from all over the world.

Leigh Day is proud to be a supporter of Lifting Limits. In our work we see the impact of gender discrimination throughout society so finding an organisation that looks to promote equality from the earliest of ages very strongly ties in with the ethos of who we are.


Let Toys Be Toys

The Let Toys Be Toys campaign documents and challenges gender stereotyping in childhood especially in children’s marketing, books, media, and education.

We are excited to see the whole school offer from our friends at Lifting Limits to support schools to combat issues related to gender stereotypes. Children’s views on gender are shaped early and educators play a vital role in ensuring that stereotypes are challenged and viewpoints are broadened. The good work of Lifting Limits will empower teachers to do just that.


National Lottery Awards for All

Thanks to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund we have received an Awards for All grant as a mark of quality of the work we are doing in our community.