Marking the Jubilee in the Commonwealth
Global teaching ideas for the festive season.
Studying a Buddhist festival enabled this Foundation Stage class to expand on themes of feelings, friendship and sharing into a wider exploration of celebrations.
This cross-curricular resource, aimed at ages 7-14, has been designed to counter negative or stereotypical views, focusing first on similarities between Uganda and the UK, before exploring their diversity. Through the images and activities…
This comprehensive, colourful pack is a cross-curricular resource designed to support children aged 7-14 with their progression in Intercultural Understanding through French, Geography and Global Citizenship. There are also many links to other curriculum areas such as Art, Design, Dance, Music and Literacy.
The British Museum has brought together a range of secondary Art & Design teaching resources that explore items featured in the museum’s collection. There are PDF teachers’ guides to: containers, symbols, celebration, sculpture and textiles.
The aim of this website is to provide clear pathways and appropriate resources for embedding the Global Dimension within the SEAL (Social and Emotional Learning) programme, engaging school pupils in global and development issues.
Tzedek is an international development charity working within the Jewish community. Its website includes a range of Global Citizenship lesson plans and activities which link in with the RE, Citizenship and Geography curriculum. They cover aspects of
Wherever we live in the world – rich or poor – water is vital to our survival. This book follows the daily lives of six children from Peru, Mauritania, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Tajikistan and California and explores what water means to them.
These vibrant and colourful DVDs are designed especially for young children to introduce them to a variety of festivals. As well as mini-documentaries following families through traditional celebrations, the resource is packed with songs, stories and activities that young children can carry out at school.