A fully supported climate-crisis curriculum to empower the climate strike generation. Lessons will introduce learning about the cause & effect of climate change, exploring some of the science and relating it to local contexts. Students will understand the impact of climate change on human and non-human communities and engage with the values and emotions that […]
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This resource enables pupils to explore the role of the oceans in our lives and why healthy oceans are so vital to our future. By looking at the impact of plastics pollution on the oceans, pupils will also consider what steps we can all take to safeguard these precious waters for generations to come. This […]
This is a great geography Key Stage 4 resource as well as one that is useful for youth group settings. We live in a world in which people’s lives are linked across continents and countries. Much of our food and its ingredients travel long distances before we put it on our plate. But what do […]
The activity explores the history of European colonisation through studying maps and globes. It considers the way in which the earth can be measured – distance, area and so on and addresses how maps as spatial representations can intentionally or otherwise mislead us in our view of the world. Global citizenship competences addressed: […]
The students discuss the distribution of land use patterns in different countries and, at the same time, get into the topic of ratios. The climatic and geographical differences in terms of land use are also addressed. They work with data and get to know advantages and disadvantages of simplification and modelling and question the use […]
This resource was produced for the Global Learning Programme (GLP), England.
A collection of world maps, where territories are re-sized on each map according to the subject of interest. So, for example, on a map showing population, China and India are much larger than their land mass, whilst Australia becomes a tiny sliver of
This free BAFTA-winning website from Oxfam explores the idea of maps, and how they affect our perspective on the world. The website includes several highly addictive games which follow the trail of the cartoon character Moley.
The Polish Language and Culture pack helps primary teachers introduce aspects of Polish language and culture to their pupils.
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This ‘atlas of water’ maps the competing claims on limited water supplies – made by farmers, industrialists and householders – and investigates the uses and abuses of the resource, as well as the vexed question of how it can be equitably managed.
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- Website (free)
This book is an excellent tool for understanding the Middle East and its pivotal role in global politics. It explores the complexity of the region: its emergence from fallen empires, the shaping of its current contours by oil and outside intervention
The Antarctic Treaty……presented in book form for young audiences, illustrated by schoolchildren from around the world! Brought to you by The Foundation for the Good Governance of International Spaces (Our Spaces).
- Website (free)
- Website (free)
This map, info-graphic and accompanying 20-page briefing paper are part of an education and awareness campaign exploring the different dimensions of world hunger today (including definition, measurement, who’s at risk, causes and debates).
This book, published by New Internationalist, features over 50 thematic world maps which graphically analyse every key indicator and vital statistic of modern life, from wealth and power, war and peace through to rights, health and the environment.
This map from the Geographical Association has been specially designed to help young pupils learn about the village of Tocuaro in Mexico. Using the map to make geographical enquiries will help pupils learn about distant places.
This map supports work on unit 10: A village in India in the QCA Scheme of Work. Using the map to make geographical enquiries will help familiarise pupils with Chembakolli’s location and geographical features.
Divided by geographical region, this beautifully illustrated World Atlas looks at the way in which communities and cultures across the world have been shaped by their natural environment, how all parts of the planet are interconnected and the challenges which face us all in creating a sustainableﾠfuture.
This atlas maps contemporary migration against its economic, social, cultural and demographic contexts, and traces the story of migration from its historical roots to its causes and effects today.
Inspired by the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this book uses full-colour maps and graphics to illustrate and compare violations of human rights – and their impacts – in countries around the world.