Flexible SMSC resources for busy primary teachers to develop caring and compassionate Young Citizens

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About us

We support schools, parents and universities across the UK by providing topical resources to support PSHE, SMSC and Citizenship. Our online tools and teacher created content engage children and facilitate the delivery of a broad, deep and relevant curriculum.

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Years supporting schools in the UK
Teachers trained by our team
Primary school children involved in social action

School Subscription Package

Our School Subscription gives teachers access to over 150 lessons to support pupils' personal development and nurture compassionate, active and engaged Young Citizens. The resources support Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural learning, including an understanding of fundamental British Values, and encourage pupils to recognise the positive role they can play in society.

Our resources include:

  • Lesson Plans
  • Curriculum Planner
  • Assembly Plans
  • Assessment Plans
  • Weekly Stimulus Picture and more...
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It's the job of the education system to prepare our young people for the challenges and opportunities of a changing world. What better opportunity than basing Go-Givers at the heart of the school curriculum?

Rekha Bhakoo CBE Headteacher


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Teacher Training and CPD

The Go-Givers team offers training to schools to support senior leaders with their whole school planning and preparation for Ofsted, and to help teachers make the best of our resources. The team is comprised of experienced primary practitioners to help inform, enthuse and develop teacher confidence.

We offer the following opportunities:

  • Half or whole day training sessions
  • Half day specialist support for SMSC Leads to advise/evaluate
  • Twilight training in your after-school staff meeting
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Having received British Values and Diversity training from Go-Givers we were able to better identify the values throughout our curriculum and how we could emphasise these within lessons and our daily practice. The Go-Givers resources and colourful characters helped the children to identify and value diversity.

Teacher Kings Hill Primary School, Kent

Social Action - make a difference challenge

The Make a Difference Challenge presents an opportunity for Key Stage 2 children to take the lead by creating and developing a social action campaign in their community. It provides an excellent context for meaningful SMSC learning, literacy, numeracy and personal development.

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This is a very real and relevant project that actually has had an impact locally. It provides a context for pupil's learning and ties in seamlessly with our SMSC curriculum.

Tony Lavelle Headteacher, Calverley Parkside Primary School, Leeds