Ideas for Valentine’s Day and beyond
This resource explores slavery past and present in the context of Scotland’s history. It draws on original source material to explore contemporary issues relating to racism, multiculturalism, religion and sectarianism…
This is a very simple story, about a small creature who does his best to join in with the others. But he’s different. No matter how he tries, he just doesn’t belong.
This Walk on Wednesday, why not do something different to motivate your pupils and help them be healthy and learn about Africa while they walk? You’ll be joining in with the thousands of children across Africa who walk to school every day.
This DVD resource visits several rural communities in the Tamil Nadu region of India to examine causes of poverty. These include: the role of land ownership, subsistence farming, the caste system, climate, globalisation, lack of access to services and the plight of women.
An adaptable and engaging resource for the learning and teaching of development, poverty and inequalities. It takes Bangalore as a case study and looks at the causes and impacts of urban poverty, including the role of urbanisation and push-pull factors of rural to urban migration.
Christian Aid has produced a range of free, ready-to-use multi-faith primary assemblies that bring global issues of poverty and injustice to life. Each assembly includes a suggested script on a PDF, with ideas for reflection and further action around
A study of climate change, global warming, who and what it affects, and what we can do about it. Case study submitted by Caroline Picking, Class teacher and International Coordinator at St Cedd’s School.
This cross-curricular teaching pack for ages 9-14 brings alive the concepts of human rights, equality and fairness by telling stories of people who make sports goods in poorer countries, often working with few rights, and for poverty wages.
This booklet is the result of a project that used Philosophy for Children (P4C) as a methodology to engage children in thinking and talking about global issues. After introducing the P4C methodology, the booklet highlights 19 different resources