These short films with accompanying teaching activities have been produced by the British Council. They show how the residents of Gurjolia, West Bengal responded to the installation of a village computer.
Water Explorer is a fun, inspiring and educational programme that empowers thousands of 8-14-year-olds in 11 countries around the world to lead joint action on water issues for their schools and communities. It is free to all schools taking part.
Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to choose healthier, cheaper and cleaner journeys. This teaching resource explicitly links learning about sustainability and travel cultures to the Literacy and Numeracy Framework
Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to choose healthier, cheaper and cleaner journeys. This resource addresses every element of the Literacy & Numeracy Framework through a series of standalone activities on the topic of active travel
Project Earth Rock is described as “a Key Stage 2 multi-media scheme of work for sustainability”. Its authors have developed 12 clever songs and funny animations (many of them using children’s artwork) to help explore environmental issues.
Bring maths to life with this resource for 8-12-year-olds which supports the maths curriculum using real-life data. By learning about children from Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam, pupils explore issues of poverty and inequality.
The Beeworld Project aims to promote the value of bees in schools and communities. Their education pack contains useful information about bees, pollination and honey, followed by curriculum-linked activities and other resource suggestions.
This edition of our termly activity kit provides ideas and information for ways to use the topic of ‘clothes’ to teach and learn about the global dimension.
Siemens is a global engineering and electronics company working in four business sectors: energy, industry, healthcare and infrastructure & cities. It has developed a range of interesting and challenging Schemes of Work for Key Stages 3 & 4 (ages 11-16) based on the technologies it is developing in these sectors.
Kate Brown, Head of Programmes at Think Global, explores why numbers matter in teaching about our interconnected world.