Secondary Mathematics and Global Learning

Maths has roots in a range of cultures. It gives people powerful tools to represent, analyse and change the world. Students need to be able to apply maths beyond the classroom, and recognise its rich and historical roots.

Food glorious food!

This activity kit is focused on primary classrooms and has lots of activity ideas, suggestions, photos and web links to help you explore the global connections of food. It explores basic food facts; food in art and music; food as a theme for…

Global Advocate Exhibition Pack

The Global Advocate Exhibition from Leeds Development Education Centre features 9 inspiring case studies of children and adults taking action for a fairer world. The accompanying teachers’ pack (including DVD) supports work around diversity, design.

Perceptions of Africa

This book brings together an inspiring collection of images and activities designed to challenge our perceptions and understanding of the African continent. It developed out of an action research project involving Key Stage 2 teachers but includes a

British Museum Maths Resources

The British Museum has created a set of PowerPoint resources for KS1 which explore colour, pattern and two-dimensional shapes using museum artefacts. They show how ancient cultures used colour, pattern and shape to make sense of the world around them

Fairtrade Honey

This pack for primary schools looks at honey cultivation taking place in Apicoop, a fair trade honey cooperative based in Chile and Traidcraft’s main honey supplier. As well as a PowerPoint assembly, there are a range of Key Stage 2 (7-11) lesson plans linking into many different subjects; fact sheets about honey, Apicoop, Chile and […]

Global Issues 5

This is the fifth in a series of five write-in project organizers, one for each year of the International Baccalaureate’s Middle Years Programme (which covers ages 11-16). It contains six units, each with a different theme drawn from the UN Millenniu

Global Issues 4

This is the fourth in a series of five write-in project organizers, one for each year of the International Baccalaureate’s Middle Years Programme (which covers ages 11-16). It contains six units, each with a different theme drawn from the UN Millenni