Masegu*, 11, holds a French book tight. It’s her favourite subject. She dreams to be a French teacher in the future. The book she holds is the only one in class, which is owned by her teacher.

Schools resources

For schools and community groups

CAMPAIGN! - our schools’ campaigning resource - offers pupils the chance to become active citizens and speak out in support of children’s rights around the world.

Specially designed for Key Stages 3 and 4 (but easily adaptable for all Key Stages), our CAMPAIGN! resource explores children’s rights, children in conflict and how your learners can create change.

Explore our resources according to how much time you have.

 

15 minutes
 
In these bitesize activities, perfect for form times, you can promote the social, moral, spiritual and cultural (SMSC) development of your pupils.

Through this resource, we aim to demonstrate how we see ourselves as part of a wider community: locally, nationally and globally.

 

ONE HOUR

In this one-hour lesson you can learn about the impact that conflict has on children’s lives, and what your school could do to create change.

 

SEVERAL HOURS

In this 2-3 hour lesson you can learn about the war in Yemen, the world's largest humanitarian crisis, and what your school could do to create change.

 

AN OFF-TIMETABLE DAY

In this full day plan, perfect for off timetable days, you can learn about the war in Yemen, the world's largest humanitarian crisis, and what your school could do to create change.

 

Assembly

In this assembly you can learn about the war in Yemen, the world's largest humanitarian crisis, and what your school could do to create change.
 

We also have a fantastic team of trained speakers who can come into your school to lead assemblies and workshops with your learners.

Please contact us to find out more.

 

Why use these resources?

Perfect for English, Geography, History, Philosophy & Ethics and Citizenship lessons, our active, pupil-centred teaching and learning strategies, are designed with an emphasis on:  
 
  • critical thinking and teamwork
  • empathy and initiative
  • debating and listening
  • leadership and public speaking

Our CAMPAIGN! resource will help you to address the Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural (SMSC) development of your learners, as well as allowing them to explore British Values.

It will also enable you to develop curious, globally aware young people with a real sense of social justice; empowering and equipping them to change the world for the better.

 

In Indonesia, schools are assigned 'doctors' within each class. These pupils look out for the less confident.

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