These three booklets use ‘easier English’ versions of New Internationalist articles to explore a wide range of global justice issues. For use in English/Literacy and ESOL classes for students aged 11 and above.
This resource from Handicap International is made up of four posters and an activity booklet. It explores the lives of four young Syrians who have all been injured by explosive weapons in the brutal conflict gripping Syria since 2011.
This year, Send My Friend to School focuses on education for children with disabilities.
This website aims to bring documentaries into UK secondary schools. It features clips from a range of excellent documentary films exploring many different social and global issues. There are detailed lesson plans accompanying the clips
Teaching resources and activities to raise awareness of landmines and cluster bombs.
The British Red Cross has a series of free lesson plans online based on stimulating videos, intriguing photos and challenging real-life situations. These are ideal for Citizenship, PSHE and beyond.
A series of photocopiable resource books on contemporary social topics for 11-14 year-olds. Each one contains a wide range of current information from newspapers, magazines, group literature, statistics, cartoons and government reports.
The purpose of this project is to educate children to care for their family and friends, and about issues relating to the local and global community. It aims to help them develop the ability to make choices, set goals and take action.
This website contains teaching materials with specific links to the Citizenship, History, English, RE and PSHE curricula, but many of the lesson plans and activities have been written with cross-curricular thinking skills in mind.
This is a high quality set of resource materials for 11-14 year olds that addresses a range of human rights issues such as violence (including bullying), equal opportunities, futures, access and disability. Students’ concerns are addressed in terms