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165 completely free lesson resources

The Kid's Guide to Send a Cow

The Kid's Guide to Send a Cow

Folktales and Fables 2

This video is great for engaging students in the work of Send a Cow. It shows them the power of a Cow in an engaging and inclusive story. Suitable for all key stages and adults a like. The video can be used alongside any of our resources to help paint the picture of Send a Cow.

 

The Kid's Guide to Send a Cow

Writing an African Fable

Writing an African Fable

Folktales and Fables 2

This KS1, 2 and 3 resource can be be used alongside our African Folktales and Fables, and engages your pupils with creating their own fable. It is a great literacy resource that really gets the creative juices flowing.

 

Hopes and Dreams

Hopes and Dreams

Folktales and Fables 2

This KS1 and 2 resource looks at the hopes and dreams of  Malefetsane, an 11 year old boy from Lesotho. This reflective resource is great for exploring similarities between different cultures and for highlighting the realities of life in Lesotho.

 

Hygiene in Uganda

Hygiene in Uganda

Folktales and Fables 2

This KS3/4 resource examines some of the solutions commonly used in Uganda to combat challenges to hygiene and sanitation. It is a great resource for comparing the differences and similarities between life in the UK and in rural Uganda.

 

 


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The Big Picnic

The Big Picnic

The Big Picnic

The Big Picnic is a KS2 Religious Education resource, combined with maths and literacy activities, based on the miracle of the Feeding of the 5000.  It has been developed as a fundraising project culminating with a big picnic in your school grounds for all your community. The challenge is to raise enough money to buy a local cow for a family in Africa (£205).

Start off by watching a Kid’s Guide to Send a Cow and find out about the difference a cow can make to people in Africa. Then use the other resources to engage and excite your pupils about the difference they can make. 

The Kids Guide to Send a Cow teaches your pupils how we work with families in Africa

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Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Gender inequality is the unequal treatment or perception of individuals based on their gender. It is a widespread phenomenon that is encountered globally on a massive scale. In some countries the effects of gender inequality are particularly widespread and damaging, for example in much of rural Ethiopia.

This KS3 and 4 Citizenship, Geography and English resource teaches about "Transformative Household Management" (THM), which is a tool that has been designed to raise awareness of the imbalance between men and women. It aims to make household members aware of the discrepancies between workload so that they can create a family action plan to improve the standard of life for the women and girls in the house.

This informative lesson includes:

- A sort activity to highlight perceived knowledge of gender roles
- An activity that challenges gender stereotypes
- An activity based around our THM training
- A class debate

 

Difficult Decisions

Difficult Decisions

Folktales and Fables 2

This brilliant new KS3 and 4 resource takes you and your students on a journey through the choices people in the small Africa country of Lesotho have to make. Would you choose to send your child to work so they can eat, or send them to school but with little food, risking their health? This resources can be used in English, PSHE, Citizenship, Geography, with your class or as a whole school assembly.

 

 

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