Democracy

This is a three part module designed for KS2 explaining democracy in straightforward terms, including: – what democracy means – how the system of voting and elections works in the UK – the way that local, national and European government works – an overview of how an idea becomes a law This includes a PowerPoint […]

Climate Emergency

Published by The Economist Educational Foundation, and independent charity set up by The Economist, a set of resources to introduce the climate emergency and open discussion. These resources are designed to help teachers and students have inspiring, in-depth discussions about current affairs whilst developing their critical thinking skills.

London Climate Action Week

London Climate Action Week  takes place from 1st to 8th July. World’s Largest Lesson has collaborated with the organisers of London Climate Action week, the London Sustainable Schools Forum and GLOBE International, to put together 4 lesson plans for Key Stage 2 & 3. The resources aim to build student knowledge so that they can […]

Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai made landfall on the night of 14-15 March 2019 – this weather system caused extensive damage in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Strong winds, a storm surge, heavy rains and widespread flooding have had devastating impacts on the lives of millions of people. Use this short resource for 9-14 year olds to explore the […]

Golden Rule resources

These resources will help learners understand different versions of the Golden Rule, that we should treat others and the planet how we wish to be treated, and what that means for our own lives.

Ocean Commotion

Ocean Commotion is a full set of teaching and musical resources for a catchy environmental musical that encourages everyone to care for our amazing oceans. Commissioned by WWF, this resource is a fun way of sharing an environmental message.