Bag Gardens are a type of African garden that Send a Cow teaches families how to make in Africa. They are also a great way to get your pupils involved in a growing project, learning about healthy eating and life in an African country.
Keyhole Gardens are a great addition to any school grounds and a really successful technique used across Send a Cow projects in Africa.
These schemes of work for RE lessons present 5 profiles, exploring how faith has motivated people to take action as Global Citizens. For primary teaching, the profiles are: Alia Muhammed Baker (saved the books in Basra Central Library from looting
Designed to support Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland, the activities in this pack encourage primary school teachers and their pupils to explore the links and commonalities that are shared between Scotland and Malawi.
From growing to harvesting; from cooking to eating (and excreting), exciting missions challenge young people to explore every aspect of food you can think of (and many that might never have occurred to you…).
This practical lesson will help pupils to think about harvest in the UK and African countries through making a tasty soup and looking at the ingredients in a sorting activity.
These two lessons fulfill the curriculum requirement to teach about food groups through reference to the story of a four year old boy from Lesotho called Mpho who grows food in a Keyhole Garden.
Lorna from Uganda shows how they re-use plastic drinks bottles on their small rural farm in Kumi. From solar lights to drip irrigation, the bottles make themselves very useful in all aspects of life.
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 activity kit is focused on primary classrooms and has lots of activity ideas, suggestions, photos and web links to help you explore the global connections of food. It explores basic food facts; food in art and music; food as a theme for…