This is History! The Holocaust

These books provide history-based approaches to teaching citizenship. The pupil book is divided into 9 sections, each structured by a specific question. These include ‘what was it like to be Jewish in Europe in the 1930s?’ ‘How did Hitler make German

We work together – Can you?

The Interfaith Education Group has developed this teaching resource. It contains a four-page spread of 11 activities with suggested age ranges from 5 to 18 for use in a classroom or youth work context. There are a range of interactive activity ideas

Zlata’s Diary

Zlata’s diary sensitively conveys the experiences of war from the perspective of a child caught up in conflict. Zlata was ten years old when she started her diary in 1991 describing a happy life in Sarajevo with her family and friends. The following

First Steps to Rights

This is a well constructed and user-friendly pack for incorporating global perspectives into teaching and learning. It provides an introduction for very young children to the basic rights of all children and the responsibilities that accompany them.

If the World Were a Village

This colourful book helps to illustrate several ideas about human development, by imagining that today’s world population equates to 100 people.

Participation: Spice it up!

This fun and lively manual provides more than 40 tried-and-tested activities and games to get children and young people involved in the decision-making process.

101 Games for Social Skills

An interesting book that provides a wide range of games and explores their importance and role in the development of personal and social skills for young children. All of the games have been tested in schools and ideas are based on research and consultation.

Rehearsing Our Roles

This short collection of drama activities related to Citizenship is useful for the non-specialist but also for those with extensive experience teaching Drama or Citizenship.

Cheshire Voices

An interesting collection of stories from people living in Cheshire with roots in other parts of the world. This book highlights and celebrates the cultural diversity that exists in Cheshire and attempts to challenge stereotypes that people may have