A PSHE and Citizenship programme for primary schools to develop caring and concerned citizens with the skills and confidence to make a positive difference to their communities
FREE resources and lesson plans!
Key stage 1 - Lessons
Animated PowerPoint stories involving the Go-Giver characters.
Key stage 2 - Lessons
Lessons to support social, moral, spiritual and cultural learning.
Interactive, cross-curricular teaching tools.
Resources and support!
Be an active citizen; make a pledge to do something to help others.
Ideas for raising families in a spirit of generosity and advice for parents.
The Charitable Citizen
The role charities play in our society and how you can support them.
Fun games and activities!
Interactive games and activities, quizzes, blogs and the Go-Givers theme song.
An active young citizen’s toolkit, and the No Problem-o Show’s advice for kids.
Create your own story or take part in our decision making game.
As the weather get warmer and to celebrate Earth Day, use this story to teach children about the danger litter poses to wildlife. The lesson looks at the importance of reducing and recycling our rubbish, the Countryside Code, how different materials decay and art from recycled materials.
Saving the Rainforest
In the lead up to Earth Day on 22nd April, explore how charities undertake preventative action to safeguard the environment. This cross-curricular lesson looks at how leaves produce oxygen, diamond poems and the art of Henri Rousseau.
Buy the Go-Givers puppets from our online shop.
A child-led citizenship project for KS2 that supports pupils in identifying, researching and addressing a cause or concern that they want to do something about by developing an awareness raising campaign, fundraising or direct action.