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.
The British Red Cross has a series of free lesson plans online based on stimulating videos, intriguing photos and challenging real-life situations. These are ideal for Citizenship, PSHE and beyond.
This resource is for educators wanting to teach about the global sportswear industry and Olympic merchandise supply chains. It contains 10 ready-to-use activities for helping young people critically consider who makes the clothes and sporting merchandise they buy, and what can be done to improve their rights.
This website aims to provide efficient and comprehensive access to statistical data on world issues. You select a subject from the top menu and watch the countries on the map change their size according to the data
This is a GCSE Geography Toolkit exploring the concept of sustainability – a term much used, and abused, these days, but central to modern geography. It starts by asking students to consider examples of unsustainable urban lifestyles and produce
This website from the international charity CAFOD, includes lots of freebies for teachers. The site includes assembly ideas, downloadable resource packs, quizzes, online activities, case studies and schemes of work. Suitable for KS3 to post-16.
This website from the Geographical Association links geographical themes such as regeneration, economic development and tourism with global sporting events.