The Red Cross is a humanitarian organisation, but what does that mean? The activities in this British Red Cross resource have been designed to help learners (ages 12-14) unpack the concept of humanitarianism, beginning with what it means to be human and building on this in sequential stages.
New whole-school opportunity from Oxfam.
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.
Just Think… is a BBC School Radio series of funny and thought-provoking stories to help children from 7-11 to get to grips with big ideas. Each story is framed around one of life’s big questions, such as ‘what does it mean to be brave?’ or ‘is it ever ok to lie?’ Drawing on tested ‘philosophy […]
The eight case studies in this resource tell rue stories of children and young people in Nicaragua organising and taking action on social justice issues in their communities to defend their own and other children’s human rights.
Claire Bennett reflects on the ethics of students volunteering abroad – what steps can young people take to ensure they find a responsible placement with positive outcomes?
This DVD pack brings a global dimension to the Key Stage 2 (ages 7-11) curriculum using tried and tested active learning methods from development education practice alongside real life stories and photographs of the work of PHASE in Nepal.
This handbook is intended to help teachers think through how they can embed the global dimension into their teaching. It has been developed through an EU-funded project involving primary and secondary teachers from the UK, Austria, the Czech Republic
The Geographical Association has developed a set of web pages to support and advise Geography teachers about the Global Learning Programme (GLP). This is a five-year project funded by the UK Government to promote awareness
The focus of this assembly is uncovering and raising awareness of interconnections between us and our school, and people and places all over the world. It aims to move beyond where things we use or food we eat come from, and talk about people and