This book provides practical learning activities to support children in enquiring into respect. The ideas suit a variety of learning styles, allowing children to learn about and from their school, local, national and global communities.
JTS, a social enterprise owned by the Balmore Trust (SC008930), was set up to import and distribute fairly traded products within the UK. As part of their work, JTS has challenged schools and groups to take on a 90KG Rice Challenge whereby participants raise awareness of global issues by organising events to sell 90 x […]
This second edition of Teach Peace from the Peace Education Network, published in 2016, is a set of 10 assemblies, follow-up activities, resources, prayers and reflections on peace for primary schools. The themes and ideas invite children to begin to think about what peace means to them.
The NUT worked for two years with five primary schools to consider how ‘traditional’ gender stereotypes could be challenged in nursery and primary classrooms. The project quickly acquired the name Breaking the Mould.
This colourful book from CAFOD is aimed at Early Years and Key Stage 1 (ages 4-7). It follows a typical day in the life of Bangladeshi schoolboy Musa. With colourful images, the story looks at the beauty and vibrancy of life in Bangladesh.
Letterbox Library is a not-for-profit social enterprise and co-operative that has been running for nearly 30 years and specialises in multicultural and inclusive children’s books. Their books are sourced from a range of UK and overseas publishers and
Mexicolore is a small, independent, artefact-based teaching team which has been providing in-school workshops and teaching resources on Mexico and the Aztecs/Mexica for over 30 years. They have developed an extensive website all about the Aztecs whic
The focus of this assembly is uncovering and raising awareness of interconnections between us and our school, and people and places all over the world. It aims to move beyond where things we use or food we eat come from, and talk about people and
This assembly introduces the idea of human rights, and the rights of children, starting by looking at the agreements we make that shape the way we behave at school and at home. To some extent it assumes that your school has some form of negotiated
The focus of this assembly is waste – looking at the ‘waste hierarchy’, and working out how to reduce the waste we produce, and what to do with it to reduce impact on the environment.