Lift Off is the second in the series of Lift Off materials, which have been developed for use in the primary school classroom to promote understanding and respect for human rights. It has been written for 8-10 year old children by a team of experienc
The Practical Action website provides teaching resources with a global element for both primary and secondary levels (Key Stages 2 to 5). The website provides a range of free resources to support the teaching of science and design and technology in a global context.
These free downloadable assembly kits from the British Red Cross are suitable for use with upper primary and secondary aged pupils. They include include scripts, action projects and performance ideas, meeting teachers’ needs for imaginative and
This education pack was developed and trialled at Barham Primary School in Wembley, and celebrates that wonderful South Asian garment, the sari. It was produced to accompany an exhibition of both traditional and new saris, images of which can be view
This pack includes a wide range of primary assemblies which cover all eight key concepts of the global dimension. Each assembly tries to draw out the emotional, moral and spiritual aspects of the stories they tell.
This free DVD resource is about the right to education and why girls and women in particular are excluded from enjoying this right. It is produced by Camfed International, a charity which supports girls’ education in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana
This book is about the work of aid agencies, with a special focus on faith-based agencies such as Islamic Relief. It explains what aid agencies and faith based agencies do, how they work, where they work, and also what inspires them in the first place.
This website from HEC Global Learning is for teachers and young people to explore global and social issues and increases students’ understanding of the connection between their lives and the lives of others around the world, as well as emphasising
This beautifully illustrated book is a great way to introduce children to ideas around sustainable development. It tells the story of Kojo, a young Ghanaian boy who uses a micro loan to buy a chicken, so he can sell the eggs to make money.
This publication came about following a three-year DFID-funded project involving 10 primary schools and one secondary school in Cheshire. The eight Millennium Development Goals formed the basis of the project.