Stolen Lives

This website is a collaborative, open-educational project, bringing together academics, musicians, artists and educationalists. It aims to raise awareness of modern-day slavery, human trafficking and trans-global child labour issues.

Women’s Rights in Egypt

These two lesson plans provide a cross-curricular scheme of work for 14-16 year-olds. Students investigate the current issue of women’s rights in Egypt using images, up-to-date information and peer-learning.

Climate4Classrooms Education Pack

Using some of the latest scientific data and projections, this pack from the British Council provides ideas and resources to deepen pupils’ understanding of climate change and help them to see this complex topic in a global context.

Bangladesh: Oli’s Crusade Against Child Marriage

This British Council produced film introduces us to Oli, a 12 year old boy from Dhaka who is on a mission to combat child marriage in Bangladesh. When he was younger a female friend of his was taken away and married off. He never saw her again.

Light and Light Technologies – photo-teaching resource

Light is the ultimate source of life and energy for most living things on Earth. This resource features 33 photos covering a wide range of light-related topics, with suggestions for teaching and learning activities, plus links to further information

Football Remembers

The Football Remembers education pack for teachers is designed to offer support and resources for pupils learning about the Truce events that took place in 1914, during the First World War.

Schools Linking resources

Schools Linking resources support schools and communities to develop a positive, cohesive ethos by helping children and young people and adults to explore their identity, celebrate diversity, champion equality and develop dialogue.

Global Learning in Drama and Music

Using the performing arts is an excellent way to creatively engage secondary school students in learning about the wider world, and to enrich your lessons. Whether it’s learning about human rights through singing protest songs or using theatre to exp