This website seeks to equip, educate and enable teachers and pupils of all ages and abilities to ask and answer the big questions surrounding the beliefs and practices that are most important to Christians.
Charity workers from four charities and two religions (Islam and Christianity) each answer two questions: What work does your organisation do? and What is the link between your faith and your work?
JTS, a social enterprise owned by the Balmore Trust (SC008930), was set up to import and distribute fairly traded products within the UK. As part of their work, JTS has challenged schools and groups to take on a 90KG Rice Challenge whereby participants raise awareness of global issues by organising events to sell 90 x […]
This second edition of Teach Peace from the Peace Education Network, published in 2016, is a set of 10 assemblies, follow-up activities, resources, prayers and reflections on peace for primary schools. The themes and ideas invite children to begin to think about what peace means to them.
This cross-curricular teachers’ pack contains eight Amnesty lesson plans to teach about human rights. They can be stand-alone or used in planning themed or drop-down days across the school. The accompanying CD-ROM contains all the resources together
This website aims to bring documentaries into UK secondary schools. It features clips from a range of excellent documentary films exploring many different social and global issues. There are detailed lesson plans accompanying the clips
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 purpose of these resources is to describe and explain changing human processes through a study of inequalities in the global distribution of wealth in the era of modern globalisation. After mapping where the very wealthiest people live, students will ask why people in some countries are gaining wealth faster than others. The resources will also raise important questions about the nature of global citizenship and the importance of money for quality of life (and happiness).
In this unit, Year 5 pupils (ages 9-10) explore the effects of too much or too little water. They compare and contrast the impacts and effects of Hurricane Katrina on the people of New Orleans and the 2004 Tsunami on communities in Bangladesh.
This set of lessons for primary Geography uses the methodologies of Philosophy for Children and Community of Enquiry to explore the stories behind trainers. A wide range of issues are covered, starting from what makes a good trainer, making promotion