This book provides practical learning activities to support children in enquiring into respect. The ideas suit a variety of learning styles, allowing children to learn about and from their school, local, national and global communities.
This module focuses on the theme of migration, a hot topic in national and international arenas, and frequently contested in politics and the media. Migration can have a key influence on social, economic and political geographies …
These materials from the Geographical Association present primary pupils with a full and balanced picture of life in Tocuaro, a small village in the centre west of Mexico, as seen through the eyes of three generations of the Horta family.
This map from the Geographical Association has been specially designed to help young pupils learn about the village of Tocuaro in Mexico. Using the map to make geographical enquiries will help pupils learn about distant places.
This map from the Geographical Association (GA) has been designed specifically for junior children (ages 7-11). Colourful and easy to read, the map shows all the features which junior children will need for a locality study of St Lucia.
This map from the Geographical Association (GA) has been designed for Key Stage 2 pupils (ages 7-11), but should also be accessible to upper Key Stage 1 (5-7). Three supporting activities will help pupils use a globe and atlas to locate Kenya and its
This map supports work on unit 10: A village in India in the QCA Scheme of Work. Using the map to make geographical enquiries will help familiarise pupils with Chembakolli’s location and geographical features.
A set of learning resources supporting children with their progression in International Understanding at Key Stage 2 and 3 (ages 7-14), through Spanish, Geography and Global Citizenship, as well as other curriculum areas such as Art, Literacy, Dance, Music and Design.
A series of sessions based around the ‘single story’ – perceptions that children often have of a particular place, in this instance Africa. The stimuli ranged from watching DVDs of the different lifestyles of children in African countries; a video in
This unit adapts a cross curricular approach including opportunities to develop thinking skills, writing, creativity and pupil choice. At the core of this unit are issues regarding global citizenship and change, using the story of the Adivasi people