The End Sexism in Schools movement is a grassroots organisation made up of individuals in the UK, and even as far afield as New Zealand, who all are united by a shared vision of ending sexism in UK schools. In this episode, I am joined by the founder of the movement Debbie Brazil along with Rachel Fenn, who has carried out extensive research into the secondary school English curriculum. We talk about the limitations of the school curriculum and how it promotes misogyny and inequality. Rachel talks about the movement’s research into the English curriculum. We also consider the role of exam boards as well as OFSTED in terms of bringing about much-needed change in schools throughout the country.