News Tagged 'global citizenship'

New Year Resolutions

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New Year ResolutionsNew Year Resolutions, as we all know, are linked to new starts at the beginning of a new year. Oxfam has planned a small teaching pack which would serve as a great term starter for class assembly time with really useful activities.

“The start of a new year is often a time to reflect.

This new year resolutions resource includes teaching ideas to help develop both personal ...

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ActionAid – The Children who Saved their School

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The children who saved their school‘The children who saved their school’ is a true story shared by ActionAid. It also has a free literacy resource which can be used in primary schools to aid reading, writing, spelling and other creative activities.

Download ‘The Children who Saved their School’

The download contains the following (Reproduced from the Action Aid site):

Follow the children who saved their school on their journey from ...

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ActionAid’s Big Me Day

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Big Me Day - An e-mail from ActionAid Big Me day is coming in October! The following content, in its entirety, is from an email received this week from ActionAid. It sounds like a fun, fund raising day that some schools, or classes, may be interested in joining.

“What do your pupils want to be when they grow up?

Find out on Friday 14th October with Big Me! Our new, easy-peasy, fun-filled ...

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Giving Access to Clean Water around the World

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Giving Access to Clean Water around the WorldIn the UK,  we take water for granted. We turn on the tap and it is there, plentiful, fresh, hot or cold. It pours from the sky quite frequently and surrounds our little island. However, unfortunately, it is not the same all around the world!

One Drop

One Drop. This is not a children’s site but it has some amazing videos and photographs as well as some ...

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ActionAid School Resources

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ActionAid School ResourcesActionAid is a charity that works across Africa, Asia and Latin America. It has a huge website which has been developed to share resources and get help and support. It has many fund raising activities on the site but also has a selection of free school resources with posters, photographs and more. 

You must first register on the ActionAid site to access their school resources; however, it is ...

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