Mini ‘tastes’ of East African foods

Mini tastes of East African food

This simple food topic starter introduces pupils to some new foods/crops and helps them think about what can be grown in other countries and how these crops might be grown and harvested.

RISC Resource Bank

RISC’s interactive Resource Bank supports the effective delivery of Global Citizenship across the curriculum. Choose from thousands of photos and artefacts from many different countries, plus teaching packs and books along with schemes of work and

African Walk on Wednesday – Walk to School

African Walk to School

This Walk on Wednesday, why not do something different to motivate your pupils and help them be healthy and learn about Africa while they walk? You’ll be joining in with the thousands of children across Africa who walk to school every day.

Harvest pumpkin soup lesson and recipe

This practical lesson will help pupils to think about harvest in the UK and African countries through making a tasty soup and looking at the ingredients in a sorting activity.

Make a toy car, re-use a plastic bottle African style

This short video shows how ‘waste’ can be re-used and made into toys like this plastic bottle car. It is typical for young boys like Dennis from Uganda to make their own toys out of recycled materials such as bottles, tyres and plastic bags as there often is little money to buy them

Hold a Recycled Sports Day

Plastic bag footballs, bare foot races and water weight lifting might not be the usual events you will find at a Sports Day but they are if you join Send a Cow’s games – all with an African twist! We’ve got lots of ideas about how you can hold your own ‘Recycled Sports Day’; some […]

Developing Global Learners

This handbook has come out of work by ‘Cultural Mentors’ at the Development Education Centre South Yorkshire, who support Early Years and Foundation Stage settings to celebrate cultural diversity and promote inclusion. It illustrates how cultural

Get Global!

Get Global! presents a clear rationale for integrating a global dimension in the primary curriculum and uses subject and thematic contexts as doorways through which children can explore global links. The book is for all primary teachers