These resources are aimed at children / young people learning at home. They are aimed at parents and carers but can also be used by teachers and in some cases for self-directed study.
Following the success of our first Gender Equality Charter Mark project we have obtained European Erasmus Plus Funding to create a primary version of the Charter Mark and to support six more countries (Finland, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, Croatia and Greece) to adapt the charter mark for their own national contexts. As part of this project,» Read More
Snapshots From The Borders aims to improve European, national and local decision makers’ critical understanding of migration flows, as well as that of the public and their opinion of the movement of people.
This project supports primary school pupils in Sheffield to gain hands on experience of an organic farm, paired with classroom learning surrounding sustainability based on those experiences.
Non-Violent Action: A Force for Change is an exciting new curriculum development project funded by Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust which aims to create a series of lesson plans across different curriculum areas for students aged 8-13 using P4C.
Philosophy for Children (P4C) has long been valued by teachers as a method for developing critical and creative thinking skills through real dialogue about issues that matter to children.
The Schools Linking Programme aims to bring communities together by linking schools from different areas across Sheffield and Rotherham.
Recommended resources tried and tested by a group of teachers during a 'Preparing for Fairtrade Fortnight' workshop in 2013.
Using dialogic learning methods to enable young people to have increased ability to communicate constructively and build trust with people from different backgrounds to their own.
Embedding the Global Dimension within the Social & Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) programme, engaging schools across South Yorkshire and beyond in the personal, political and planetary implications of development.
Create whole-school change for 13 - 18 year olds that will impact on young people's expectations of gender roles and challenge gender stereotyping.