These resources from CAFOD help pupils to understand that poverty stops people from living life to the full. CAFOD works with communities around the world to end poverty and build a brighter world.
UNICEF’s Rights Respecting School Award encourages schools to use the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as the basis for enhancing teaching, learning, ethos, attitudes and behaviour. The scheme started in 2004 and is running in 4,000 primary and secondary schools in the UK.
Two lesson plans which introduce students to concepts of fairness and unfairness, the human right of freedom of expression and Amnesty’s work in this area. Developed in consultation with teachers working in Special Schools.
Oxfam Water Week for Schools provides opportunities for young people to learn and think critically about water issues, before taking informed and meaningful action.
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.
In January 2010, a devastating earthquake rocked Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince. It was a story that made headline news around the world. But it’s not the only story that Haiti has to tell.
An opinion piece by Jo Grace
Students with severe learning difficulties react well to hands-on activities and to learning about other people to whom they can relate.
Using a multi-sensory approach enabled pupils to explore a wide range of historical issues and cultural artefacts such as textiles and patterns.
This course on diversity is designed for use with special needs students, particularly those with severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Activities are accessible for students with some, little, or no written or