CAFOD’s Geography education pack for KS2 is designed to support the new primary Geography curriculum (2014). The pack focuses on El Salvador and includes an illustrated map, photo cards, online films and classroom activities.
New resources from CAFOD about their emergency response.
This is a role play activity from Practical Action that enables pupils aged 11-18 years to understand some of the key factors that place people around the world at risk from the effects of natural hazards.
Beat the Flood is a STEM challenge from Practical Action. Suitable for KS2-3 (age 7-14); pupils use their STEM skills to design and build a model of a flood-proof house.
This DVD presents a case study of a volcano in a Less Economically Developed Country (LEDC). It provides a clear explanation of the processes causing Montserrat’s recent volcanic activity. It then assesses the social, economic and environmental impacts of the continuing eruptions.
This DVD resource exemplifies the effects of a geo-hazard in a Less Economically Developed Country (LECD) – the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. The film first sets out Haiti’s historical context to explain why the impacts were so devastating.
In this unit, Year 5 pupils (ages 9-10) explore the effects of too much or too little water. They compare and contrast the impacts and effects of Hurricane Katrina on the people of New Orleans and the 2004 Tsunami on communities in Bangladesh.
Waiting for the land to spring to life again after a terrible flood in the Valley of a Thousand Hills, Lindi and her grandmother try to earn a living selling their beautiful beadwork to tourists in Durban.They’re finding it hard going. Then one day
Launched in March 2005 by Christian Aid and the Irish development agency Trocaire, togetherTV gives individuals in the developing world a rarely heard voice.
This DVD includes footage shot during and after a recent cyclone in Bangladesh. It explores the causes, impacts and management of tropical storms in a Less Economically Developed Country.