This is a free, online Christian Aid GCSE Religious Studies resource, supporting elements of the syllabus relating to morality, ethics, community and Christian teaching on responding to others’ needs.
A secondary History and Geography resource, using images to investigate and question the history of poverty in Africa. It unravels seven myths about why Africa has become poorer since 1500, while Europe has become richer.
This free publication for lower secondary (ages 11-14) is about the work of aid agencies and how they work with faith-based agencies. It explains what aid agencies and faith-based agencies do, how they work, where they work and what inspires them…
This teaching and learning resource for A-level Geography has been developed by MSF in partnership with the Geographical Association and an expert advisory group of teachers.
Looking at tectonic activity and hazards: earthquakes, this up-to-date
These free teacher briefings from the British Red Cross are short, easy-to-read overviews covering a range of challenging topics. They give the background, modern relevance and significance to students, plus lesson ideas and activities.
This website aims to provide efficient and comprehensive access to statistical data on world issues. You select a subject from the top menu and watch the countries on the map change their size according to the data
This GCSE Geography Toolkit from the Geographical Association explores uneven development – disparities in global development and the distribution of resources. This subject is of vital interest to young people, who are often outraged by extreme examples of ‘winners’ and ‘losers’.
This book is about the work of aid agencies, with a special focus on faith-based agencies such as Islamic Relief. It explains what aid agencies and faith based agencies do, how they work, where they work, and also what inspires them in the first place.
Picture my World is a website for primary children produced by the Catholic aid charity CAFOD. It is packed full of photographs taken by children in the UK, Cambodia and Rwanda and also has lots of fun games and stories and film clips
Into Africa explores our connections with the diverse continent of Africa, aiming to teach about the interdependence of places and to explore our place in the world with a critical mind.