Issues Series

A series of photocopiable resource books which aim to “improve awareness of today’s social issues”. Each one covers a variety of different opinions on the subject in question, drawing information from a wide range of sources.

Learning about Human Rights – Teaching Pack

Aims to support teaching about human rights in secondary schools. Includes teachers’ handbook and 5 presentations and factsheets for students. Topics covered: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,

Right Here, Right Now

This resource contains a set of 12 tried and tested lesson plans designed to teach citizenship from a human rights perspective, and encourages students to explore the role of human rights in everyday life.

TrueTube

TrueTube is a free online resource for schools providing a platform for debate on social, ethical and political issues. It is aimed at RE, PSHE and Citizenship at Key Stages 3 and 4. Short video clips encourage young people to think, discuss and enga

Go Givers

The purpose of this project is to educate children to care for their family and friends, and about issues relating to the local and global community. It aims to help them develop the ability to make choices, set goals and take action.

CAABU lesson plans

CAABU is the Council for Arab-British Understanding. The lesson plans on their website are in two sections: Arabs, Islam and stereotypes; Palestine and Israel. The lessons promote an understanding of Arab and Middle Eastern people and culture, and

T.E.A.C.H. – Teaching Emotive and Controversial History

This report, produced by the Historical Association, presents examples of effective teaching on controversial topics in history, in schools across all key stages from the ages of 3 to 19. The report is based on the UK curriculum requirements, which

Developing Rights

This is a high quality set of resource materials for 11-14 year olds that addresses a range of human rights issues such as violence (including bullying), equal opportunities, futures, access and disability. Students’ concerns are addressed in terms