Changing faces, shaping places

This module focuses on the theme of migration, a hot topic in national and international arenas, and frequently contested in politics and the media. Migration can have a key influence on social, economic and political geographies …

Global Learning in Poetry

The sixth in a series of termly activity kits for members of Think Global’s Schools Network. Available to members each term, each issue of The global dimension in my classroom includes a range of activities, ideas, case studies and more to help you explore global connections. This edition is focused on poetry at Key Stages […]

Children’s Voices

This DVD video package focuses on the intercultural experiences of children as EAL (English as an Additional Language) learners and their perspectives when finding themselves in culturally and linguistically unfamiliar classroom situations. Reflecting on their experiences, the children provide fascinating insights into classroom life and language learning.

The Little Box of BIG Questions

This box of ‘big question’ cards can be used to provide prompts for a meaningful, stimulating and positive conversation about the ‘bigger picture’ in life. The cards can help children and young people understand their views about life, school and people important to them, which is enlightening for the facilitators too.

Year of the Rooster Education Pack

Year of the Rooster education pack

This education pack for UK primary schools educates young people about the world around them and gives them an understanding of other countries and cultures in preparation for life as global citizens.

Africa: Your School, My School

A series of sessions based around the ‘single story’ – perceptions that children often have of a particular place, in this instance Africa. The stimuli ranged from watching DVDs of the different lifestyles of children in African countries; a video in

Zambia

A unit based around the similarities and differences between life in Sheffield and life in Choma, Zambia. In this unit, Year 3 children explored their own local area, and compared it to the town of Choma. Through learning about the children at Niza