The guide introduces the key elements of Oxfam’s Curriculum for Global Citizenship, includes a framework for a whole school approach, provides case studies, maps out knowledge and understanding; skills; values and attitudes, and suggests resources for further reading.
This resource from RISC helps teachers at all levels to identify how far their school has got on the journey towards becoming a ‘global school’ – one where global citizenship is embedded across the curriculum and throughout the school ethos.
- Book (£19.95)
Schools have a specific duty to promote race equality and community cohesion and in order to do this it is essential that all members of the school community have a shared understanding of definitions and terms. This colourful and well laid-out book
- Booklet (£2)
This is a guide to building sustainable development into the learning experience. It starts with a big picture introduction explaining why sustainable development is important and how it fits into the curriculum, with key recommendations from Ofsted
This useful little booklet was published to support the then DCSF Sustainable Schools Strategy. The ten tips cover not only teaching but also issues of procurement and school management.
This website provides background information on Sustainable Development Education, targetted at teachers in Scottish schools. It provides access to national documents on sustainable development, support on preparing a school’s sustainable development
- Website (free)
This handbook and DVD for primary teachers offer a guide for successful linking within the UK. It outlines potential pitfalls and how to avoid them, how to use a school link to build cross-cultural awareness, how to plan exchange days, and classroom.
- Teacher's Pack (£7.99)
This resource is for all practitioners and partner organisations engaged in Scottish education seeking to develop children and young people as active global citizens. It aims to provide inspiration and ideas for classroom learning and to stimulate
This book gives lots of practical advice and suggestions on how teachers in white areas can challenge racism and help children develop respect for diversity, opennes and acceptance. The book tackles difficult issues with a clear, accessible approach
This booklet shows how the global dimension can be integrated across the curriculum and into the wider life of schools. It was published by a consortium of government bodies and NGOs: DFID, DfES, QCA, DEA and the British Council.
This extremely useful manual for teachers and head teachers offers a thoughtful insight into racism in schools, and how to address this problem. Using a framework of the three principles of belonging, identity and equality, it explains why these issues are central to developing a race equality school policy.
- Book (£15.99)
The articles in this book offer a critique of the citizenship curriculum in England. A convincing case is made for an inclusive citizenship agenda that builds on human rights (including children’s rights) education, multicultural education and antiracist education.
- Book (£19.99)
A well written handbook appealing to a wide audience, developing empathy and professional understanding in the reader. Included are explanations of what may cause younger children to become frustrated, aggressive or violent.
This resource pack supports teachers and others who seek to address issues of racism and diversity in schools and the curriculum. Practical and accessible, it outlines the key issues and provides clear strategies and approaches to challenging racist