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We have teamed up with Makematic and Horyou to create a series of challenges to encourage learning about the SDGs and show you ways to take action at home!
The challenges are aimed at children and young people aged between six to 16 years old. The activities are perfect for parents hoping to bring awareness of the wider world into the home and for teachers to share with their students – but anyone can get involved!
Find out more here.
Someone Like Me
‘Someone Like Me’ is an illustrated children's book that tells the stories of children affected by war, natural disaster and extreme poverty. It’s a great educational resource that allows children to understand global development issues and what life is like for other children around the world.
SCHOOL CLOSURE UPDATE: You can now download the Someone Like Me book for free. We have also developed some new resources to be used alongside the book at home. They have been specifically tailored for distance learning for senior primary school students. Each folder contains a PowerPoint presentation and an activity sheet to be used at home with minimal supervision (we would urge parents/teachers to read the stories first to ensure they are happy with the content and issues raised). The presentation has an audio recording of a story from the book so a student can read along or just listen and then complete the activity sheet. New activities are being added on a regular basis throughout the school closure period.
The Hunger Heroes programme consists of a series of lesson plans, case studies and classroom activities that have been uniquely tailored for senior primary school students (3rd to 6th class pupils) around the theme of Hunger.
The activities have been designed so that multi-class teachers and teachers of junior primary students will also be able to find activities suitable for their class. There will be a cross-curricular approach in the pack with activity suggestions covering everything from literacy and numeracy to drama and art. Use our Teacher’s Packs to learn more about Hunger, Nutrition, and Development and then take action by organising your very own Hunger Hero fundraiser!
Hunger Heroes was a fantastic way to engage my students in the complex links between food waste and climate change through fun lesson plans and activities!
Try one of our interactive online quizzes, designed to tie in with the sustainable development goals and World Days.
Can you match the inspiring woman to these quotes?
Learn about one of the biggest issues facing our world – Clean Water and Sanitation.
How much do you know about World Hunger?
Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals are 17 goals set by the United Nations to work towards a more equal world for everyone. This resource collection contains a booklet for each goal along with easily adaptable activities and information to bring the issues alive for your students.
Country Fact Files
Our Country Fact Files offer in-depth insights along with timelines and key issues for some of the countries that we operate in. This resource pairs perfectly with the Sustainable Development Goals resource listed previously.
Our Everyday Activism handbook is a perfect way to help stimulate discussion and debate on the challenges of being active for economic, social, and political change in the world. Be inspired to begin your own activism journey.
Action Project Planner
Our Action Project Planner booklet is filled with resources, tips, advice, and examples to help your students to plan their action project. This resource is designed to be used by students as they work through the stages of bringing their own ideas to life.
Speak Act Do
Are you doing an action project and looking for a bit of support? Look no further. Our new set of resources are designed to help you run projects, ideas for taking action and top tips on how to research. Designed to be used on their own or in conjunction with our new programme for schools, Speak Act Do.
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