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Christian Aid interactive whiteboard resource

Global Explorers. An interactive whiteboard resource.

RE teachers looking at the work of a faith based agency and issues of justice and stewardship, will discover a fresh exciting way of demonstrating how Christian Aid works around the world.  Pupils can spin the globe to see where Christian Aid works in the world. There are also indepth case studies from 7 countries allowing pupils to see how and why Christian Aid works in the way it does. The resource contains video and audio material for RE and worksheets and lesson plans for RE, Geography and PSE/ESDGC. Pupils are encouraged to question, debate and reflect on global and sustainable development issues and the themes covered are:

  • water
  • climate change
  • comparing lives
  • active citizenship
  • disasters
  • access to food
  • healthy eating
  • wealth and poverty
  • the work of a faith-based charity

Here it is! http://learn.christianaid.org.uk/TeachersResources/primary/global-explorers.aspx

respect cover imageRESPECT! Exploring children’s rights in the UK and around the world

Save the Children’s Respect! Exploring children’s rights in the UK and around the world is a resource-pack that offers Key Stage 2 pupils the chance to learn about children’s rights. The pack incorporates a variety of themes, and it aims to challenge pupils, allowing for group participation and discussion about different rights issues.

Packed full of thought-provoking activities which range from discussions, stories and poems, the pack gives pupils the opportunity to develop their research skills, and to gain an awareness of how children’s rights affect them and other children around the world. The material is provided in a ten-lesson format, with teachers’ notes also supplied, making this an indispensable learning pack for both teachers and pupils alike.

ISBN 9781841871219, RRP £25.00

Available from Save the Children’s online library and from Amazon. For further information or for bulk purchases please email publications@savethechildren.org.uk

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