An interesting book that provides a wide range of games and explores their importance and role in the development of personal and social skills for young children. All of the games have been tested in schools and ideas are based on research and consultation.
An excellent resource book compiled by teachers from the West Midlands for teaching and learning about sustainable development issues. It was produced in the context of the World Summit on sustainable development in Johannesburg (2002) and highlights
This short collection of drama activities related to Citizenship is useful for the non-specialist but also for those with extensive experience teaching Drama or Citizenship.
An excellent dual language picture book to introduce during the month of Ramadan for pupils at Key Stage 1 and 2. This book has colourful pictures that follow a lively story of two Muslim children who are fasting during the month of Ramadan
This is a toolkit for Key Stage 2 and 3 (7 – 14 years old pupils). It focuses on sustainable development issues in the UK and Gambia. It covers four main themes: Climate Change, Natural Resources, Tourism and Waste Management.
A resource book for teachers at Key Stage 2, Primary PGCE tutors and students. This book shares ideas and examples of good practice from teachers’ projects in Birmingham (UK) and Gambia focusing on sustainable development issues.
This handbook helps teachers inform and guide Key Stage 2 and 3 students about citizenship education. It incorporates children’s stories from different countries – UK, Uganda, Guatemala, Honduras and India – involving community projects.
This set of free resources for the primary RE curriculum from Christian Aid incorporates several challenging and interesting activities. It helps teachers to guide pupils at ages 5 to 7 and 7-11, with activities and lively stories to meet the citizen
This game is designed to help younger children to understand the difficulties of surviving in an economy where there is high unemployment and no social security. It also raises questions about power and the use of the world’s resources.
This handbook looks at ways of using plants to raise development issues. It is an excellent resource for teachers wishing to link classroom work with visits to Botanic Gardens and other plant collections.