Go-Givers has over 150 cross-curricular lessons to support the teaching of PSHE and Citizenship and develop children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) learning, including their understanding of fundamental British Values.

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This lesson looks at Artificial Intelligence and the benefits and problems it may bring to... our society. Cross-curricular links: Physical Education, BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK Learning Activities: Ways in which AI might improve our lives The downside of AI (role play)  Being Robots   Building robots.    

This lesson looks at the advantages and disadvantages of pet ownership, the importance of taking... care of animals and the work of animal welfare charities such as the RSPCA. Links: Family Cross curricular links: Literacy, Art Learning Activities Listing the advantages and disadvantages of owning a pet Designing a leaflet for Dog’s Trust "That was a really good PowerPoint! They learnt a lot. They are now making their own leaflet for their own charity!"  

This lesson invites children to think about the groups we belong to and how they... support us. It provides ideas on how to generate a discussion on the positive and negative aspects of groups and anti bullying strategies. It also provides opportunities for team roles and tasks. Links: community, respect, equality, anti bullying Cross curricular links: Literacy, DT, ANTI BULLYING, mental health Learning Activities Create an Anti-Bullying tree Construct a newspaper bridge Find out the importance of the ‘bigger picture’  

This lesson helps children understand how to deal with their feelings after the death of... someone they cared for. It also suggests activities for children to do in school on the occasion of the death of a pupil or adult associated with the school. Links: family, mental health Cross curricular links: RE, Literacy Learning Activities Description of the emotion and journey we might experience following the death of someone we care about An allegorical tale to encourage discussion Ideas for whole school coping mechanisms  

This lesson describes the results and immediate effects of the EU Referendum in June 2016, and what... will happen next. Links: trade, immigration Cross curricular links: Literacy, Art Learning Activities Negotiating skills The nature of prejudice Word cloud/posters Letter to the prime minister  

This lesson looks at ways in which we differ from each other and how we... can develop a positive body image. The children learn about intervention strategies through role play. Links: respect, puberty, equality, anti bullying, mental health Cross curricular links: Literacy (Speaking) Learning Activities Paired game to find out similarities and differences Bullying interventions- discuss scenarios Discussion: Body image Identifying ‘bullying hotspots’ and discussing preventative measures   

This lesson aims to help children understand the process of ageing and what it feels... like to be old. It also looks at how charities help older people retain their independence. Links: community, respect, family Cross curricular links: Drama, Art, Literacy Learning Activities  Situations to allow children to be more empathetic and understanding of the difficulties sometimes encountered with old age Role play  Poster/leaflet making on ‘ways to keep warm at night’ "This is great, I will adapt this to use with a unit on caring for individuals with additonal needs."

This lesson celebrates the NHS in its 70th year. It looks at the services it... offers and questions how much we should be prepared to pay for them. Links: medicines, drug, BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK

This lesson looks at the meaning and history of charity and their role in society... both past and present. It looks at the role of the Victorian workhouse and alms houses.  It also explores how the government helps those in need.  Cross curricular links: History, Numeracy Learning Activities Discussion to help children understand  why people sometimes need help Hot seating in roles of Victorian Workhouse staff and ‘inmates’ Voting on favourite causes and charities   

This lesson looks at the Unicef Rights of the Child and how children across the... world are enslaved or bonded to serve the needs of business. Links: equality Cross curricular links: Geography, History Learning Activities Looking at where items originate from Using questions as discussion starters Taking a closer look at the Law on Child Labour

This lesson looks at what children need to make the most of their potential and... how charities support those in need.  Cross curricular links: Literacy, Science Learning Activities Writing poems about people who care for us Experiment to investigate root growth and the purpose of roots in a plant Considering gifts for a new born baby and developing their ideas through creative poems  

This lesson looks at how clear thinking involves a number of different skills that help... us solve problems and make decisions.  It includes examples of proverbs from around the world and how they have guided people over the centuries. Links: schools Cross curricular links: Geography, RE, Literacy Learning Activities Discussion: The requirements for clear thinking Deciphering the meaning of proverbs from around the world The Survival Game- ranking items for survival The Kindness Test - an experiment to test kindness in school  

This lesson looks at how different climates can affect farming across the world. Children are... asked to consider the possible effects of global warming on food production. Links: green Cross curricular links: Geography, IT, Art, BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK, WATER WEEK, WASTE WEEK Learning Activities Looking at weather in certain countries and noting how agriculture is weather-dependent .  Researching  weather events in different countries that have appeared on the news and finding out whether charities have come to their aid Hot seating farmers. What aid would be needed and why Discussion: The effects of global warming Creating board games to show the plight of the farmer  

This lesson is a Speaking and Listening activity which provides an opportunity for children to... listen, put forward arguments, and make informed decisions on a number of controversial topics such as whether it is fair to make animals perform in a circus and whether children should be taught in 'sets' by ability or in mixed ability groups. Links: respect, equality Cross curricular links: Literacy  

In this lesson we learn about dementia from a child’s point of view, as he... grapples to understand his grandfather’s illness, and how to support him. Links: family, medicines Cross-curricular links: Technology Learning activities: Learning how to relate to older people Designing a device to help people with dementia retain their independence and keep them safe. Reducing the risk of developing dementia Musical memories

This lesson is a celebration of cultural diversity - the similarities which unite us and... the differences that enrich us. It takes a particular look at Roma culture. Links: British values, tolerance, community, respect, equal, immigration, British Food  Fortnight, Gypsy and Roma Traveller History Month. anti bullying Cross curricular links: Literacy, Art, Drama Learning Activities Discuss similarities and differences between their own and Roma Culture Circle activity using senses and emotions Drama to highlight the senselessness of bullying someone for being different Creating a collage to represent diversity

This lesson is a three part module explaining local, national and European democracy in simple... terms. It suggests how children can participate and provides simple definitions for words associated with elections and politics. Links: British values, EU REFERENDUM Cross curricular links: History, Literacy, IT Learning Activities A voting activity Developing a manifesto for a new party Reading about The Suffragettes (brief history provided) Research the names of local MP’s MEP’s and councillors and display the results in the classroom Whose Problem’ activity – discussion on problems in the community and decisions on who would be responsible  "Fantastic resource. Great main presentation with extra bit to dip into to promote further discussion. Thank you!" "Brilliant, thank you. Really clear and delivered in a fun and interesting way."  

This lesson demonstrates how individuals can use their particular skills to help in a disaster.... It also explains how earthquakes happen. Links: keeping safety, EARTH DAY Cross curricular links: Geography, Literacy, IT Learning Activities Put together a shelter kit Write a description of a scene (word bank provided) Research information on the Peace Bridge  

This lesson explores how some tragedies can be avoided if preventative measures are taken. It... uses the 2005 Louisiana hurricane Katrina, the 2004 Tsunami, the Bhopal disaster in India in 1984 and the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017 as examples. Links: keeping safety Cross curricular links: Literacy, Geography, History Learning Activities Paired discussion about accidents the children have experienced Making an assessment of risks around school Discussion:  When is there a need to take risks? Making a safety leaflet  

This lesson is a series of nine personal and social dilemmas children might come across... in real life. It provides opportunities for open-ended discussion, suitable for Circle Time, and asks children what they would do in a similar situation. Links: community, respect, schools

This lesson explores the wide range of cultural influences that have shaped the heritage of... people living in Britain today. It asks children to think about their own identities and the different groups they belong to using a poem to encourage curiosity about similarities and differences. Suitable for all KS2. Links: British values, tolerance, community, respect, equality, immigration Cross-curricular links: history, geography, literacy, art Learning Activities: Making Chinese red envelopes Creating geometric Kente cloth designs and Islamic patterns Researching places of pilgrimage Creating a class recipe book to reflect different cultural influences Exploring the concept of prejudice 

This lesson explores the laws governments make to try and keep people safe, particularly the... laws about harmful substances like alcohol and drugs. Links: drugs, keeping safety, MENTAL HEALTH,  Cross curricular links: History, Literacy Learning Activities Reading comprehension about prohibition, gangsters and speakeasies Debate about whether cannabis should be legalised Researching countries where alcohol is illegal

This lesson describes how the emergency services operate. It also explains the role of the... volunteer and how to administer basic First Aid in situations such as nose bleed and bee sting. The lesson includes a video containing interviews with the staff of Kent Air Ambulance, and an electronic First Aid quiz. Links: medicines, keeping safety, ROAD SAFETY WEEK Cross curricular links: Health and Safety, Literacy  Learning Activities Prepare a presentation for the younger children to educate them on keeping safe in certain locations e.g. the beach Complete a quiz relating to the video about Kent Air Ambulance  

This lesson is about the meaning of equal opportunities and the nature of prejudice. It... gives examples of groups that may suffer from discrimination. Links: British values, tolerance, community, respect, equality, ANTI BULLYING, equal pay Cross curricular links: Literacy, IT, Art Learning Activities Discussion: What qualities to look for in a friend Story writing Researching charities that support groups of people who are discriminated against Designing an equal opportunities logo Creating a cartoon to illustrate an unfair situation BLACK HISTORY MONTH

This lesson provides a concise file of interesting facts about caring and generosity to encourage... further research. Links: community Cross curricular links: IT  

This lesson explores how Fairtrade can create a more equal market for the independent producer.... It also includes the health giving properties of a banana.  Cross curricular links: Literacy, Drama Learning Activities Compare independent farmers and big producers Persuasive letter writing exercise (support for differentiation provided) Hot seating/role play activity  

This lesson explores the idea of 'fake' news and gives children strategies for assessing whether... something they read, see or hear is real or fake. Cross-curricular links: Literacy, PSHE and Citizenship, History Learning Activities Examples of propaganda in history Matching news stories with headlines Exploring advertising techniques Researching real and fake stories on the internet

This lesson is designed to help children cope with family break up. It is delivered... in a cartoon format using Go-Giver character Callum’s personal experience  to explain what can happen when mums and dads don’t get along anymore.  Cross curricular links: Literacy, Drama, History (timeline) Learning Activities Discussion: Different types of families and the changes that can occur in families Folding activity to show the value of good communication Puppet show script Timeline to show family changes Discussion: Different techniques for managing anger.  

This lesson looks at how some successful business people have donated large sums of money... to charitable causes. It asks children to consider the things that enrich/impoverish our lives. Links: community,  Cross curricular links: Numeracy, IT, Literacy Learning Activities Calculating the percentage of income given to charity Discussion around philanthropy  Group research and presentation on a chosen philanthropist   

This lesson provides a number of issues on which children are asked to think about... where they stand. They will be supported in learning how to express their views and listen to different points of view before making up their mind on important issues.  Cross curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities Discussion using situations provided Writing a letter to a political representative Finding out what an activist does

Black history in the making! This lesson starts with an allegorical tale about freedom, and... develops into a simple overview of the Arab uprisings.  Cross curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities Discussion to draw out comparisons A closer look at how we display emotions and feelings using our facial and body movements Writing about  the meaning of freedom Making a list of needs according to Glasser’s headings Drawing and labelling a human rights tree Listing freedoms according to age  

This lesson is about the life of Mahatma Gandhi and how he brought about change... by peaceful means; one man’s campaign to overcome racism and injustice. Links: respect, equality, GROWTH MINDSET DAY Cross curricular links: History, Drama Learning Activities Role play scenarios Discussion: Racism and the law Thinking about how to ‘Be the change you want to see in the world’  

This lesson looks at how we can make our lives happier by working towards meaningful... goals. It is suitable for the New Year when making resolutions, and when considering goal setting.  Cross curricular links: History, Literacy, IT Learning Activities Discussion: What makes people happy Role models Writing New Year’s resolutions Visualisation Research: Roman Gods  

This lesson explores how people have different needs and how these needs can be met... by their community. It encourages children to think of others, and how to accommodate their requirements using the Go-Givers characters as examples. Links: respect, equality Cross curricular links: Geography, Numeracy, Literacy Learning Activities Discussing the needs of all the characters Designing a leaflet Paired discussion on success criteria  

This lesson takes us on Mo's amazing journey from Somalia to the London Olympics in... 2012 and explores the secrets of his success. Links: Black History Month Cross-curricular links: geography Learning Activities: Finding their own special talents Goal setting Imagining how it feels to be a refugee 'We rate this a 5 star - it brought tears to my eyes just reading and preparing for my lesson.  The children listened attentively - not a single behaviour issue - every child felt inspired and got all questions correct in their comprehension.'  

This lesson explores the causes and effects of hard times. It helps children understand the... meaning of ‘recession’ and ‘interest' and encourages children to re-use in order to save money.  Cross curricular links: Numeracy Learning Activities Working out interest rates Thinking about how we could re-use old things Carrying out a survey of shops in the area  

This lesson explores how life expectancy is increased with better medical care and how charities... are working to improve healthcare in developing countries. Includes video interview with UK-Nigerian singer, actress and artist, Patti Boulaye, who set up a charity to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and Malaria in African countries. Links: medicines, HEALTHY EATING WEEK, MENTAL HEALTH  Cross curricular links: Numeracy Learning Activities Interpreting data about life expectancy in different countries Making decisions about heath care priorities in Zambia Discussion: National Health Service doctor shortage   

This lesson looks at the life of boxing heavyweight Mohammed Ali and how he used... his power for good, becoming a role model to many for standing up for civil rights and religious freedoms, and for his courage in facing Parkinson's disease. Links: respect, equality Cross curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: Writing anti-racist slogans Exploring role models Discussing scenarios where we might need courage Writing humorous poems

After the Hillsborough disaster many lies were told to cover up the truth. The lesson... explores dishonesty, and the harm it causes to individuals and our society. Learning Activities Which lies are the most harmful - a ranking activity Role play: An honest response Why honesty is important to our society An honesty survey

This lesson explores the origins of the Olympic Games. The Learning Activities delve further into... the rivalry between the Spartans and Athenians, and invite a debate about the relative merits of brains and brawn.  Cross curricular links: History, Literacy, Numeracy Learning Activities Grecian Art Dialogue between an Athenian and a Spartan Debate: Is brain better than brawn? Researching children’s questions about the ancient Olympics (suggestion given) and creating a PowerPoint in pairs.  

This lesson takes the form of an animated story involving Go-Givers character Anna who is... being called ‘gay’ because she plays football and doesn’t like wearing dresses. The story addresses the issue of homophobic bullying, and explores different kinds of families. This lesson has been approved by the Stonewall education team. Links: tolerance, community, respect, family, equality, ANTI BULLYING   Cross-curricular links: maths (statistics) Learning Activities: Conducting a bullying survey  Looking at words ‘with a sting in their tail’ Identifying what is unique about each of us Assembly Plan The lesson includes an assembly about diversity based around a Jewish parable that explores the idea of individuality and making choices. The children investigate some stereotypes and consider how everyone is unique and can choose who they want to be.

In this lesson children learn about the role of hospices in caring for people in... the final stages of their life. Links: community, family Cross-curricular links: Literacy, science (life-cycles) Learning Activities: Life cycles of living things Exploring ways to support the local hospice Writing messages of appreciation to someone they care about Remembering loved ones

  This lesson explores how bodies change at puberty, focusing on changes to skin, hair...  This lesson explores how bodies change at puberty, focusing on changes to skin, hair and hormones that cause body odour, meaning that good personal hygiene is more important during, and following, adolescence.  Cross-curricular links: science Learning Activities: Role play scenarios to practice talking sensitively to a friend about something related to their personal appearance or body odour    

This lesson focuses on the make up of the UK, the history of the union... (including the creation of the Union Jack from the flags of the different countries) and the question of Scottish independence. It explores the issues of loyalty and patriotism. Cross-curricular links: history, geography, art and design Learning Activities: Reading the story of Robert the Bruce Creating own cartoons about a triumph after repeated failures Finding out about tartan and creating their own tartan designs Exploring where our loyalties lie, what does this have in common with others?  

This lesson explores what individual liberty means and why we have to balance our own... wants and needs with the wants and needs of others. It looks at the freedoms we enjoy in Britain today and how these are protected by our laws. Links: British values, respect Learning Activities What does respect sound and feel like? Debate about graffiti Discussion about freedom of expression and privacy.  

This lesson highlights the amazing achievements of young people who have campaigned for a cause... they care passionately about. It is particularly useful when children are embarking on social action projects like the Go-Givers Make a Difference Challenge. Suitable for all KS2. Cross-curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: Activists’ planning sheet What causes people to become refugees? Linked assembly: The story of Liam, winner of The Daily Mirror Child of Courage Award, is the catalyst for thinking about how we can help others in times of trouble, whether it be a coin from our pocket money, a little of our time, or a kind word.  

In this lesson we learn about trade within the context of leaving the European Union.... It introduces the concepts of importing and exporting and trade agreements in a simple way. Links: fairtrade   Cross-curricular links: Geography   Learning Activities: Trading activity The biggest exporting countries True of False

This lesson reminds children to treat anyone they meet on line as a stranger, as... some adults create fake identities on line in order to groom young  people. It puts forward some suggestions about how they can protect themselves on line. Links: keeping safety, online safety, internet, e-safety Learning Activities: Knowing who to trust Ways of saying No Practising being assertive Creating  ‘Internet Safety’ leaflets

This lesson gives a potted history of the people who have come to live in... Britain from the Celts, Romans and Vikings to the migrant workers from Eastern Europe and people fleeing conflicts and poverty today. The lesson includes a video interview with a Kent headteacher originally from the Punjab region of India. Links: community, immigration Cross-curricular links: history, geography, literacy Learning Activities: Comprehension questions linked to the video interview Role play scenarios to explore how it feels to be a newcomer Investigating words from other countries adopted into the English language   

Examine the local and national press for good news stories about kindness and giving. Links:... community

A lesson about the difference between envy and jealousy, and how jealous feelings can be... harmful to ourselves and others. It suggests various scenarios where jealousy can occur and how we can react negatively or positively. Suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: respect. bullying, anti bullying Cross-curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: Story of The Rivals A court drama Monster maze  

This lesson explores the dangers of sharing personal information on the internet through situations involving... the Go-Givers characters. It focuses on why bullying via social media and mobile phones is particularly harmful and how children can protect themselves from the various forms of cyber-bullying. Links: community, keeping safety, anti bullying, online safety, internet, e-safety, mental health Cross-curricular links: IT, drama Learning Activities: True or false quiz about interacting with people via social media  Making posters about internet safety rules Role play scenarios involving cyber-bullying "A well structured and comprehensive powerpoint about cyber bullying with a good selection of related learning activities." This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team for its relevance to the 2014 National Curriculum.  

This lesson explores knife crime in the news and tries to put frightening headlines into... perspective. It also explains what the law says about carrying knives and gives tips on how children can keep themselves, and others, safe and stand up to peer pressure. Links: keeping safety Cross-curricular links: literacy Learning Activities: Role play scenarios Creating a leaflet about keeping safe Developing a personal timeline showing important milestones in the past and goals for the future.

This lesson explores the concepts of fairness and justice and how the Magna Carta is... the foundation for equality before the law in the UK. Links: British values, respect Cross-curricular links: history Learning Activities: researching people who fought for justice finding out about our system of jury service writing own Queen's Speech

A lesson exploring history, culture and religion in the fascinating country of Mali, including how... the community works together to keep the Great Mosque of Djenné in good repair.  Cross-curricular links: geography, history, art and design, RE, science (materials) Learning Activities:  co-operative games  making adobe bricks learning about the customs of the Dogon people  

This lesson looks at discrimination against African Americans in the United States during the 1950s... and 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement and how Martin Luther King achieved change through peaceful protest. It also explores the nature of prejudice and racism and includes a link to the famous ‘I have a dream’ speech. Links: tolerance, community, respect, equality, Black History Month Cross-curricular links: history Learning Activities: experiment to explore unequal treatment of different groups discussion about how children deal with incidents of teasing looking at the factors we take into consideration when judging others "Used this to mark MLK day for whole school assembly.  This ppt saved me hours of work and provided lots of extra information."    

This lesson tells the story of how Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale overcame prejudice to... help others and explores how discrimination can prevent people from making a full contribution to society. The lesson also helps children understand the importance of good hygiene, particularly in hospitals. Links: community, respect, equality, medicines   Cross-curricular links: science, history Learning Activities: Crossword to recall facts in the story  Science experiment to test the effectiveness of different methods of hand washing    

This lesson explores how conflicts can be resolved by looking at things fairly, listening carefully... and trying to stand in the other person’s shoes. It also looks at how mediators can help negotiate solutions that can be agreed to by both parties. Links: community, respect Cross-curricular links: literacy, art and design Learning Activities: Learning and practising mediation skills Writing own story in the style of ‘The Short Tale of a Lemon’ to illustrate sharing and negotiation Creating silhouette designs  

This lesson introduces the 8 Go-Givers characters. Children will learn about their likes and dislikes... as well as their worries and fears. Links: community Cross-curricular links: literacy, music Learning Activities: Quiz Tips for overcoming fears and making friends Game to practice risk taking Creating soundscapes  

This lesson looks at microorganisms and explores how some can be helpful, while others are... harmful. It also teaches children about the importance of good hygiene. Links: medicines, puberty Cross-curricular links: science Learning Activities: Experiment to grow bacteria Making soap Demonstrating how germs spread Experiment to show effect of handwashing Experiment to show why some food is kept in the fridge Finding out about Edward Jenner and Alexander Flemming  

This lesson take the form of a global quiz that explores some interesting world facts,... introduces children to the Sustainable Development Goals and highlights the gap between ‘developed’ and ‘developing’ countries. Cross-curricular links: geography, literacy Learning Activities: Exploring the Sustainable Development Goals Poetry from the perspective of a child living in the developing world  

This lesson explores how minor offences, such as taking things that don’t belong to us,... can lead to more serious behaviour through a series of scenarios involving the Go-Givers character Teefa. It aims to illustrate how our moral values can be gradually eroded. For upper KS2 children the theme can be extended into a wider context, the moral values of a government and a nation - in this case Nazi Germany, exploring how small acts against Jewish people eventually led to the holocaust. Links: community, respect, equality, ANTI BULLYING, mental health Cross-curricular links: history Learning Activities: Discussion about stealing Writing stories about small acts of unkindness turning into bullying Discussion about Hilter and the holocaust Learning about Anne Frank  

This lesson explores Nelson Mandela's fight against apartheid in South Africa. It considers different points... of view about famous people in history and concludes that struggles for freedom are not necessarily peaceful. Links: community, equality, Black History Month, INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE Cross-curricular links: geography, history, literacy (drama & poetry) Learning Activities: Sorting apartheid signs Considering similarities and differences and how people are sometimes grouped by characteristics such as skin colour or hair colour  Hot seating to explore different points of view in a story about discrimination Creative writing from the point of view of a black South African during apartheid "Thanks for these resources. The playground scenario is just fab. I'll try to use it to begin the lesson I think. Should be quite thought provoking!!" "Thanks! This is a great resource - sums up all the information necessary. I also think the moral dilemma/story is excellent." This lesson has been recommended by the TES resources panel.  

This lesson looks at how lifestyles have changed since the 1960's and how this has... resulted in a dramatic rise in obesity. It stresses the importance of healthy eating and exercise for good health. Links: medicines, BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT Cross-curricular links: History and Science Learning Activities: An activity survey Changing our diet for the better Debate about the Sugar Tax Designing Exercise activities

This lesson tells the story of the protests outside St Paul’s cathedral in London during... 2011, about the banking system and economic inequality in the wake of the financial crash. It is suitable for upper KS2. Cross-curricular links: RE, maths, financial awareness Learning Activities:  Discussion about the right to peaceful protest Debate about economic inequality,’ fair’ wages and taxes Working out how much tax different people would pay  

This lesson explores the environmental, social and financial impact of the 2010 oil spill. It... looks at efforts to contain the oil and the massive clean-up operation to try and save some of the wildlife and habitats affected by the spill. It is suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: green, EARTH DAY Cross-curricular links: science, design and technology, environmental awareness Learning Activities: Exploring the advantages and disadvantaged of alternative energy sources Making model electric cars  

A card game, played like snap, to familiarise pupils with words related to citizenship and... their opposites. Can also be used to explore antonyms, prefixes and suffixes in literacy.

This lesson explores how events in one part of the world can have a global... impact, taking the examples of the war in Syria, the Ebola crisis and fluctuating oil prices. It is suitable for upper KS2. Links: community, medicines Cross-curricular links: Literacy, Geography, Art, IT Learning Activities: An investigation of where in the world everyday items are made Writing a plea for peace to the General Secretary of the UN Developing an illustrated pamphlet entitled ‘WHO Cares’ after looking at the work of the WHO Creating posters from metaphors Linked assembly:  This assembly uses the example of the villagers of Eyam, and a nurse who volunteered her services to fight Ebola in West Africa, to show how real generosity involves putting the needs of others before our own.  

A lesson to explore peer group pressure based around a short story involving the Go-Givers... character Teefa who is being encouraged by her friends to engage in risky or anti-social behaviour. It also addresses role models, road safety and the need for rules. Suitable for lower KS2. Links: bullying, respect, equality, keeping safety, anti bullying, mental health Cross-curricular links: literacy Learning Activities: Writing nonsense ‘rules’ poems Learning the Green Cross Code Identifying role models  

This lesson explores how a caption can positively, or negatively, influence how we interpret a... photograph and how the media presents information. Cross-curricular links: literacy Learning Activities: Recognising and challenging stereotypes  

This lesson explores the causes of global warming and its effects on our planet. It... looks at the gases that make up our atmosphere, explains the ‘greenhouse effect’ and looks sustainable energy solutions and reducing our emissions. Links: green, EARTH DAY Cross-curricular links: geography, history, science Learning Activities:  Testing the ‘greenhouse effect’ Learning about the smog in London in 1839 Exploring different energy solutions Researching what their local authority is doing to ensure cleaner air – what laws are there about air quality?  

This resource is a presentation with some ‘starter’ facts about ten different people, institutions and... organisations that have changed society in some way with suggested questions for further research. Each of the ten mini research assignments might be used as a homework activity. Links: community, schools, medicines, equality

After studying the Worldly Wisdoms composing quotations based in issues explored on this website. Links:... community, respect

This lesson explores the nature of respect. It considers respect for oneself, respect for others,... respect in sport and respect for the environment. Suitable for all of KS2. Links: British values, tolerance, community, family, equality Cross-curricular links: PE, art and design Learning Activities:  Making ‘respect’ button badges Discussion about how to make the school more respectful Tips on how to respect your body  

This lesson looks at discrimination against gay people. It explores how laws change over time... and how laws sometimes need to be changed in order to create a more just society. Links: respect, equality, community, tolerance, ANTI BULLYING Cross-Curricular links: History, Literacy Learning Activities: Life stories of famous people who are gay Finding out about people who have made a difference Poem about the power of words Developing a campaign

This lesson explores our right to freedom, and how this right comes with responsibilities towards... others. It also tells the story of Toussaint L’Ouverture’s fight for freedom from slavery for the people of Haiti. It asks children consider if they have ever had their freedom taken away, even for a short time, and how this felt. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: British values, tolerance, respect, equality Cross-curricular links: history, literacy Learning Activities: Researching other freedom fighters in history Creative writing about what they would miss if they lost their freedom

This lesson explores how rules and laws help keep the balance between our rights and... the rights of others by looking at the examples of privacy and free speech.  It includes a video of an interview with Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty. Links: British values, respect Cross-curricular links: literacy, art and design Learning Activities: Writing a cautionary tale Designing posters

This lesson is suitable for KS1 and KS2. The story introduces a new Go-Givers character,... Rio, a spirited, partially sighted monkey. He is on his way to collect a large print book from the post office when he bumps into Callum. The PowerPoint includes a full narration. The lesson plans have been especially developed by the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People). Links: respect, community Cross-curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: A quiz Work on definitions How environments can be adapted for the blind and partially sighted Link to a film that introduces children to the reading difficulties faced by people with little or no vision.  

An important lesson for upper KS2 that will help children debate and make sense of... the events of August 2011. It also has current relevance to gang crime. The PowerPoint explores the possible underlying reasons for the unrest, what happened, the terrible toll, as well as the positive outcomes. It explores the issue of crime and punishment and the role of government. Links: keeping safety Learning Activities: Writing using ‘emotion’ cards Empathy role play ‘It’s not easy to say no’. Peer pressure discussion and role play Cautionary tales Role models  Scapegoating "A great synthesis of facts opinions and questions which will inform and hopefully provoke healing and learning." "Excellent resource nicely put together and some great questions"  

This lesson explores the purpose and importance of rules and offers suggestions as to how... to make and display class ‘Ground Rules’. It is suitable for lower KS2. Links: British values, schools, respect, SAFER INTERNET DAY, e-safety "Very good as a quick re visit to making our class rules at the beginning of a new term."

It offers a cross-curricular approach to learning about the geography, natural history and environmental issues... related to the rainforest. It looks at the effects of its destruction on humans and animals. The lesson also includes information on charities linked to saving the rainforest. It is suitable for Lower KS1 upwards. Links: green Cross-curricular links: Literacy, art, science Learning Activities: Poetry writing Painting in the style of Henri Rousseau Simple introduction of the carbon cycle Ideas to encourage social action.  

This lesson explores how stereotyping can lead to groups of people becoming scapegoats for the... ills in our society. The PowerPoint begins with a story featuring Go-Givers character Ahmeti, the goat, which is suitable for Lower KS2 upwards. The later slides show examples of how media bias can contribute to Islamophobia – prejudice against Muslims. These would be suited to Upper KS2. Links: tolerance, community, respect, equality, immigration Cross-curricular links: Literacy  Learning Activities: Circle time activity to examine our own attitudes. Adding Positive and negative captions to recognise the power of the media. Researching aspects of Islam "An excellent introduction to understanding prejudice and racism"

What would the children’s ultimate school look like? This lesson gives children an opportunity to... consider the changes they would make to their education, including creative ideas! It is suitable for all KS2. Cross-curricular links: Art  Learning Activities: Designing a school logo Researching education in other countries. Educational Charities. How donations might be spent.  

This lesson asks children to imagine what it would be like to live in a... war zone, and aims to help them understand why people become refugees. Links: immigration, EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES Cross curricular links: Literacy, Science. Learning Activities: writing a report for a newspaper  designing and building a shelter  listing Human Rights  creating Welcome Packs

This lesson provides an example of how the people in one community in India support... each other by sharing ideas and resources. It is suitable for upper and lower KS2. Cross-curricular Links: Design Technology, Literacy Learning Activities:  Designing products to overcome specific difficulties Discussion: the advantages and disadvantages of teamwork.  

From this lesson children will find out what the law says about smacking. It provides... an opportunity for children to express their views on a topical issue. Suitable for upper and lower KS2. Learning Activities:  Voting Discussion about: other methods of punishment and changing attitudes towards smacking.  

This is a collection of interesting statistics that highlight global inequalities to provoke discussion in... the classroom. Most suitable for upper KS2. Links: equality, schools, medicines

This lesson for upper KS2 looks at how we use our discrimination, and how discrimination... can be socially harmful. The PowerPoint sets out how the parents of Stephen Lawrence went about achieving justice for their son. Links: respect, equality Cross-curricular links: Literacy, BLACK HISTORY MONTH Learning Activities: Experiment: They’re all the same A story illustrating the nature of prejudice Discussion about discrimination

This lesson for lower KS2 upwards aims to help children understand the situations that cause... stress, and to recognise and deal with stress in themselves and others. It accentuates the importance of sharing and listening. Links: schools, MENTAL HEALTH Cross-curricular links: Literacy, art Learning Activities: Metaphors Expressing feelings through art Guidelines for good listening  

This lesson addresses the questions ‘What is a society?’ and ‘What makes a strong society?’...  It explains how laws, taxes and charities contribute to our well-being, and suggests how we can be responsible citizens. The benefits of society are shown through a cartoon story. This lesson is suitable for all KS2, some elements for upper KS2. Links: community Cross-curricular links: History, science Learning Activities: Ant societies Intersection experiment Societies of the past  

The PowerPoint consists of a pictorial quiz, with photos representing environmental problems and solutions.  This... lesson is suitable for all KS2. Links: respect, green, RECYCLING WEEK Cross-curricular links: science, geography Learning Activities: Water usage homework activity School audit and creation of a sustainability plan  

This lesson explores what terrorism means, what terrorists do, and why. Children are asked to... consider acts of terror in recent and not so recent history, and to think about why one person’s ‘terrorist’ can sometimes be another person’s ‘freedom fighter’. It is suitable for upper KS2. Links: keeping safety Cross-curricular links: history Learning Activities: Peaceful ways of bringing about change A Pelmanism game (being observant) How to keep safe  

This lesson is a reminder that the benefits system is a safety net that is... used by us all in times of need. The PowerPoint poses a number of questions on contentious issues to stimulate discussion. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: keeping safe, homeless, family, community Cross-curricular links: critical thinking Learning Activities: Feelings timeline Vote on benefit cut options Avoiding misconceptions  

This lesson explores how the actions of human beings are destroying our Earth, and looks... at how we can reduce our carbon footprint: using less energy, reducing carbon emissions, saving water, re-using and re-cycling.  It is suitable for all KS2. Links: green, WORLD WATER DAY, EARTH DAY Cross-curricular links: science Learning Activities: Crossword Photosynthesis experiment Research into renewable energy Carbon footprint homework activity Designing leaflets/posters   Linked assembly:  The children are reminded of the extraordinary number of species in the world. However, some animals are endangered and people are largely responsible for this. The children are asked to consider what they can do to support animal life.  

This lesson for upper KS2 asks the questions: What has caused the food shortage? Who... is suffering? What can we do about it? It tackles various issues including the growing population, bio-fuels and changing diets. Links: green, BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT Cross-curricular links: science, design technology Learning Activities: Collecting recipes that use left-over food An erosion experiment A solar challenge  

In this lesson children are asked to empathise with victims of child labour working in... the clothing industry in India. It is suitable for all KS2. Links: equality Cross-curricular links: Geography Learning Activities: Research into companies that manufacture their goods abroad, and whether they have any rules about how the workforce should be treated. This lesson links with the lesson ‘All for profit’.  

This lesson explains how the eye works. It explores the importance of sight, eye safety... and how sight can be restored to some blind people in developing countries for very little cost. Suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: medicines Cross-curricular links: science Learning Activities: group discussion on disability discrimination A blind walk Testing the reliability of smell ‘find your blind spot’ activity making a cartoon flip book Linked assembly:  This includes optical illusions and discussion about how our amazing brain interprets what the eye sees. The story of David Blunkett introduces discussion and reflection on the determination of people who have adapted to their particular disability.   "A wealth of information relating to the eye, sight & blindness, overlapping many curriculum areas." "Great as an into for light and shadows in Y6...thanks!"  

This module, which could be used as a series of lessons or assemblies, embodies the... essence of Go-Givers through a poem about giving. It explores the nature of empathy and compassion and looks at ways in which we can make a difference to our world. Suitable for all KS2. Links: community Cross-curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: What causes suffering? Discussion about empathy The language of compassion Fundraising for others Linked assembly: Based around the bible story 'The Widow's mite', this assembly looks at the nature of generosity and makes the point that it is not how much we give that is important, but the generosity with which we give.  

This lesson shows how all the major religions subscribe to the idea that we should... behave towards others as we would like others to behave towards us. Suitable for all KS2. Links: British values, tolerance, community, respect, equality Cross-curricular links: RE Learning Activities: Devising simple laws that the children would ask all the world’s governments to agree to. Linked assembly: In the ancient Korean folk tale 'Chopsticks', a warrior is afforded a vision of heaven and hell. We are reminded that in the context of our lives on Earth, selfishness leads to unhappiness - a kind of Hell.  

This lesson explores the topical, and often controversial, issue of immigration. Why do people migrate?... What are the pros and cons of immigration? How, and why, do governments try to control migration and what benefits can immigrants bring? Links: tolerance, community, equality, immigration, EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES   Cross-curricular links: history, geography, spoken language Learning Activities: Interviewing people who immigrated to Britain Prioritising possessions to take if emigrating to a new country Discussing the story of The Windrush Creating a patchwork quilt to celebrate cultural heritage

This lesson tells the story behind the Paralympics. Suitable for all KS2. Links: respect, equality... Cross-curricular links: science Learning Activities: Feeling sound through balloons Transcribing from Braille Matching famous faces to their disabilities.   

This lesson reminds children of the value of laughter to our health and well being.... Learning Activities: The physical effects of laughter Different laughs Art fun Literacy laughs

This lesson looks at the role of The Queen who became our longest ever reigning... monarch in September 2015. Suitable for all KS2. Links: british values, community, respect, INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY Cross-curricular links: Literacy, history, music Learning Activities: Drawing family trees Script writing – royal scenarios Survey to find the children’s favourite category of charity Writing new verses for the National Anthem "Fantastic - just what I am looking for to start the ball rolling. Couldn't decide where to start - this answers my question."  

This lesson Malala Yousafzal’s fight for education in Pakistan will remind children of the value... of their schooling. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: equality, schools Cross-curricular links: Literacy, history Learning Activities: Ranking the Millennium Goals Developing a campaign  

This lesson outlines the factors that led to the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland. This lesson... provides an opportunity to learn about different perspectives, what it feels like to be an outsider, and conflict resolution. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: community, equality Cross-curricular links: Literacy, history, art Learning Activities: Looking at paintings  ‘Insiders’ and ‘Outsiders’ The Children’s Movement for Peace Celebration of World Peace Day  

This lesson explores the causes of the war in Afghanistan and the resulting loss of... life. It features stories of bravery. Suitable for upper KS2. Cross-curricular links: Literacy, art, ARMED FORCES DAY Learning Activities: Persuasive writing on the subject of landmines Making a unity hand wreath Peace posters Creating a peace bank  

This lesson explores the importance of a safe, loving home for our personal development, and... the consequences of homelessness, particularly for children. Suitable for all KS2. Links: community, family, keeping safety, homeless Cross-curricular links: Drama, literacy Learning Activities: Poetry writing: What makes a house a home Hotseating: housing official and a homeless family Goal setting: ‘The sky’s the limit’ Linked assembly: Children emerge from a makeshift tent to questions about what they think it would be like to live in a tent for a prolonged period of time. This leads on to discussion about refugees and the story of Bruce Kenrick the founder of Shelter.  

Mind Maze consists of a series of cryptic questions to develop children’s ability to discuss... social and moral issues. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: community, bullying, equality, anti bullying Cross-curricular links: Literacy The Learning Activities contain advice on classroom discussion and background information on the issues to inform the debate.  

This lesson is based on the news story about the copper miners who became trapped... in a mine in Chile. Suitable for upper KS2. Cross-curricular links: Art,  literacy, science (materials) Learning Activities: Investigating the uses of copper. Leadership qualities Making posters to show Health and Safety at school and at home. Making leadership masks The legend of the phoenix  

Topics which would lend themselves to Circle Time discussions with introductory notes and key questions.... Suitable for upper KS2. Links: british values, community, respect, bullying, schools, green, equality, drugs, anti bullying

This lesson tells the story of the Boxing Day Tsunami in 2004, how the world... reacted, and the processes involved in saving lives, restoration and rebuilding. Suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: community, schools, WORLD SCIENCE DAY Cross-curricular links: Dance, literacy Learning Activities: creating mind maps designing a community centre developing and performing a dance to portray the disaster  

This is a lesson to help children tackle the everyday problems that beset them. Learning...This is a lesson to help children tackle the everyday problems that beset them. Learning Activities • Recycling negative thoughts • Acrostics based on positive vocabulary • Tackling personal problems  

Many children in classrooms all around the country are dealing with cancer in one way... or another at any given time. This lesson seeks to answer some of their questions and demonstrate how they might support friends and family members affected by the disease. Suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: Family, Medicines Cross-curricular links: Science, literacy Learning Activities: A day in the life of a young carer How to keep healthy  

This lesson illustrates how reliable statistical information can help us arrive at a more balanced... view of our world. Suitable for upper KS2. Links: schools Cross-curricular links: Maths, art Learning Activities: Using statistics to find out about the Titanic disaster ‘Did you know?’ posters Collecting statistics  

This lesson explores the importance of communication and how technology can play a part in... creating a fairer world. The PowerPoint tells us how Trevor Baylis used his skills to design and build a wind-up radio after hearing about that some people in Africa couldn’t access information about Aids via the airwaves because they didn’t have electricity. It includes a video of an interview with the inventor. Suitable for all KS2. Cross-curricular links: design technology, art Learning Activities: Ideas for helping people overcome difficulties Paintings of ‘togetherness’ in South African style Trevor’s journey  

The origins of Valentine’s Day traditions. Suitable for all KS2. Cross-curricular links: Art Learning Activities:...The origins of Valentine’s Day traditions. Suitable for all KS2. Cross-curricular links: Art Learning Activities: Pay it forward activity Valentine Day cards with promissory coupons Destructive emotions How to show you care  

This lesson reminds us of the importance of water for our physical well-being. We learn... how charities are providing practical support to some of the one in five people in the world don’t have access to clean water. Suitable for KS1 upwards. Links: green, WORLD WATER DAY Cross-curricular links: Science Learning Activities: Building a water filter A condensation experiment  Measuring water wastage  

This lesson looks at animal husbandry on intensive and free range farms, and how farming... practices affect food prices. Suitable for KS1 upwards. Links: green Cross-curricular links: Science Learning Activities: Devising a Questionnaire  Visiting a supermarket Food wastage survey Tips for using leftovers  

Through this lesson we learn how the welfare state ensures a basic level of care... for all citizens. It includes the role of the Chancellor and how taxes are levied. Suitable for KS2. Cross-curricular links: Maths Learning Activities: Being Chancellor for a day Discussion about children voting Survey of parental attitudes re. tax  

This is a short thesaurus of words associated with the Go-Givers programme. Suitable for developing... vocabulary across KS2. Links: community, tolerance Cross-curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities: Crossword  

This lesson looks at the causes of conflict and areas of the world where there... is strife. It explains the role of the UN and how some charities work for reconciliation. Suitable for Year 4 upwards. Links: community, WORLD KINDNESS DAY Cross-curricular links: Geography Learning Activities: How can we make the world a more peaceful place 5 x Co-operative games Linked assembly: Nasim lives in Afghanistan. As a result of war he is responsible for earning money to feed his family. Despite his circumstances he still has hope for the future. The children are asked to reflect on a personal difficulty, and to imagine a positive outcome.  

This PowerPoint is comprised of Inspirational quotations by famous people from across the globe to... stimulate discussion. Suitable, in the main, for all KS2. 

This transition lesson for Year 6 helps children to prepare for secondary school. Follow Teefa... as she organises herself and gets ready for the first day, considers how to keep safe, and sets herself goals. Links: schools, keeping safety, leavers, leaving Cross-curricular links: Design Technology  Learning Activities: Designing school bags Resisting peer pressure Developing study habits  

This lesson highlights the incredible capacity of the brain. It reminds children of what can be... achieved with persistence and effort, and how the best way to learn is by trying new things without fear of failure. BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK Learning Activities: •  Focusing on strengths and learning • Things outside your comfort zone? • Making a ‘life list’.

KS2 lessons to explore both the bullying of individuals, and discrimination against groups of people.... Children explore stereotypes, learn strategies for responding to bullying comments and consider the role of bystanders. Includes the lessons: Bullying: Prepare to Stand Up and Stand Out, Homophobia: Respecting All Our Differences, Keeping Safe in Cyberspace, Rights & Responsibilities: Freedom!, Photo Captions and Scapegoat

Through their provision of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural learning (SMSC) all independent and state-maintained... schools have a duty to 'actively promote' the fundamental British Values of: Democracy The rule of law Individual liberty Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs Go-Givers is based on the premise that children deserve space within the safe environment of the classroom, to explore ideas, develop a sense of identity and form opinions. We provide children with opportunities to gain an understanding of the values we share, and start equipping them with the knowledge and skills to think for themselves, to challenge and debate. British Values Training Interested to learn about ways that schools can demonstrate that they are actively promoting fundamental British Values, and ‘placing SMSC at the heart of the school’s work’? Click here to find out about our British Values training day in the UK.  British Values Resources This bundle of 6 lessons is a sample of those available on the Go-Givers website that aim to develop empathy and moral judgement, and contribute to a broad and balanced curriculum that will help prepare children for life in modern Britain. This special edition Go-Givers bundle for Key Stage 2 on the theme of British Values is available for £15.00.

Lessons to help KS2 children learn about why disasters happen and what people can do... to help those affected by them. Disasters explored include industrial disasters such as Bhopal, the Chilean mining disaster and the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and natural disasters such as hurricane Katrina, the Boxing Day Tsunami and earthquakes in Pakistan and Haiti. Lessons include: Trapped in the Mine, Disaster: Quake, Disasters: Prevention is Better than Cure, Emergency, Oil Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, Tsunami

Lessons to help KS2 children explore different cultures, religions and other aspects an individual's identity... that may influence their interactions with others and inform their world view, as well as influencing the way others perceive them. How can we be mindful of the needs of people from all backgrounds and what happens when people stereotype those whose identity is different from their own? Includes the lessons: Mali, Culture:The Roma, Equal Opportunities, Stephen Lawrence: The Long Search for Justice, Identities, Immigration: Coming to Britain.

KS2 lessons explore a range of environmental issues such as intensive farming, air pollution, water... conservation, deforestation and global warming. What can individuals do to live more sustainably and protect the environment? Includes the lessons: Climate and Farming, Pollution: Cleaning Up Our Air, Sustainable Development, The Earth in Our Hands, Water: Our Most Precious Resource, What Kind of Farming? Plus the free bonus lesson Saving the Rainforest.

KS2 lessons to explore feelings of love, jealousy, sadness, anger and worry at times of... change and stress such as bereavement, family break-up, moving to a new school or during exams. Lessons include: Family Break Up: My Mum Doesn't Live Here Any More, Secondary Transfer: From the Biggest to the Smallest, Stressed Out, Bereavement: Treasured Memories, Valentine's Day, The Green-Eyed Monster

KS2 lessons to explore a variety of different global, environmental and social issues such as... access to education and important natural resources, and the gap between developed and developing countries. Children will consider concepts of inequality and fairness and think about how what happens in one part of the world can have a global impact. Lessons include: Child Slavery: All for Profit, Mind the Gap: Between Developed and Developing Countries, Our Interconnected World, The GAP Exposed!, The Food Shortage, The Right To Education

Lessons to help KS2 children consider what is important for good mental and physical health... and the role of good health in supporting their general wellbeing. How do charities and governments support healthcare? Why is this important? Lessons include: Understanding Cancer, Healthcare: Improving Life Chances, Puberty: Don't Make Your Best Friend have to tell you!, The Gift of Sight, Rio Meets Callum, Microorganisms

KS2 lessons to help children consider the consequences of the decisions they make. Understanding how... they can use information to better understand a situation and make good choices that keep themselves and others safe. Lessons include: Moral Values: When is Enough Enough?, Peer Pressure: It's Your Choice, Knife Crime: Shielding from Harm, Developing Personal Filters, Using statistics to Understand our World, Clear Thinking - Proverbs and more

Lessons to help KS2 children consider how people have supported those who are vulnerable in... society, as individuals or through institutions and charitable organisations. How can children help and why is kindness and charitable giving important? What do the major religions say about generosity and charity? How can people use their talents for the good of their community? Lessons include: Famous Philanthropists, Charitable Giving Through History, The Go-Givers Philosophy: Go-Givers Anthem, The Golden Rule, Using Talents: It's A Wind-Up, You Can't Buy Anything with a Penny.

KS2 lessons to help children to consider which different groups they belong to, why groups... need rules, and how these rules need to be fair to all groups, what makes communities strong and how they can cater for the needs of different people. Includes the lessons: Belonging to Groups, Go-Givers Community Centre, Rights & Responsibilities: Getting the Balance Right, Sharing Ideas: Network, Strong Societies, Rules.

Lessons to help KS2 children consider how governments provide public services such healthcare and education... and how this is paid for by taxes. How do governments support people who are particularly vulnerable? What global issues impact on governments' ability to provide for all their citizens? How do we ensure people can support themselves by being paid a fair wage for the work they do? Lessons include: Hard Times, Why do we Pay Taxes?, Fairtrade: Have a Banana, Our Interconnected World, EU Referendum, The Benefits System and a free 7th lesson Democracy

KS2 lessons looking at individuals from different countries, times and communities who have inspired others... through their words and actions. Lessons include: Gandhi: Great Soul, Mary Seacole & Florence Nightingale: Pioneering Nurses, Martin Luther King: Sacrificing All for the Dream, The Queen: A Life of Giving, Nelson Mandela, Mo Farah

A selection of short KS2 activities suitable for homework, independent research, stimulating Circle Time discussions... or developing thinking skills. Lessons include: Tricky Topics, Opposites Game, Discussion Scenarios: Dizzy Dilemmas, Quotathon, Fact Files, For & Against: Where Do You Stand?

A selection of short KS2 activities suitable for homework, independent research, stimulating Circle Time discussions... or developing thinking skills. Lessons include: Conscience Corridor, Quick Quest, Statistical Snippets, Topics for Discussion: Mind Maze, Worldly Wisdom, It's A Good News Day!

Lessons to help KS2 children learn to empathise with elderly people, vulnerable children, homeless people... and those who are new to the country by considering the problems they face and what charities, government and individuals can do to support them. The lessons also ask children to consider how we care for animals in our society. Lessons include: Care for the Elderly: The Grey Years, There's No Place Like Home, Animal Care: Creature Kindness, Respect, Children's Needs: Roots and Wings, Immigration: Coming to Britain

KS2 lessons to explore how conflicts start, between individuals and groups, and consider how these... can be resolved through compromise and trying to understand things from another point of view. Learn about some recent conflicts between, and within, different countries. Lessons include: Terrorism, Mediation: Resolving Conflict, Riots of Summer 2011, The War in Afghanistan, Working For Peace, The Troubles in Northern Ireland

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 3. Lessons include: Peer Pressure: It's Your Choice, The Earth in Our Hands, Chicken Soup, The Two Brothers, Tongue, Refugees: The Stranger.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 3. Lessons include: The Clown of God, Schools are for Learning, There's No Place Like Home, Go Givers Park, You Scratch My Back, Water: Our Most Precious Resource.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 4. Lessons include: Emergency, Family Break Up: My Mum Doesn't Live Here Any More, Children's Needs: Roots and Wings, The Golden Rule, Mediation: Resolving Conflict, Care for the Elderly: The Grey Years.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 4. Lessons include: Conscience Corridor, Charitable Giving Through History, Fairtrade: Have a Banana, What Kind of Farming?, The Gift of Sight, Homophobia: Respecting All Our Differences.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 4. Lessons include: Animal Care: Creature Kindness, Equal Opportunities, Immigration: Coming to Britain, Microorganisms, For & Against: Where Do You Stand?, History of the Olympics.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 5. Lessons include: Valentine's Day, Bereavement: Treasured Memories, Identities, Nelson Mandela, Magna Carta, Topics for Discussion: Mind Maze.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 5. Lessons include: Culture: The Roma, Martin Luther King: Sacrificing All for the Dream, Famous Philanthropists, Rights & Responsibilities: Getting the Balance Right, Tricky Topics, Sustainable Development.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 5. Lessons include: Belonging to Groups, Discussion Scenarios: Dizzy Dilemmas, Keeping Safe in Cyberspace, Mali, Mary Seacole & Florence Nightingale: Pioneering Nurses, The Green-Eyed Monster.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 6. Lessons include: Democracy, Rights & Responsibilities: Freedom!, Our Interconnected World, Working For Peace, Knife Crime: Shielding from Harm, Stressed Out

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 6. Lessons include: Gandhi: Great Soul, Puberty: Don't Make Your Best Friend have to tell you!, Secondary Transfer: From the Biggest to the Smallest, You Can't Buy Anything with a Penny, Why do we Pay Taxes?, The Benefits System.

Lessons on a wide range of PSHE and Citizenship themes suitable for children in Year... 6. Lessons include: Child Slavery: All for Profit, Bullying: Prepare to Stand Up and Stand Out, Strong Societies, Stephen Lawrence: The Long Search for Justice, Understanding Cancer, Moral Values: When is Enough Enough?