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Help your pupils to learn more about Fairtrade by using our new slideshow resource - jam-packed with beautiful photos of the Adivasi community. Learn how the Adivasi grow and trade their tea in the Nilgiri hills of south India.
This simple and colourful factsheet is a great starting point for lessons on India. Includes a map and key country information, as well as the big issues the country faces. Can be used as an A4 handout or larger printed poster.
Take your pupils on a sensory journey through India from the bustling metropolis of Bangalore to the rural town of Gudalur with this set of photographs and videos. This multimedia resources is adaptable for KS1 or 2.
Jam-packed with facts, props, stunning photos and real life stories, this workshop explores some of the reasons why people go hungry, how we are all connected by the food we eat, and the ways in which food waste can be reduced. Prices from £50
Use this engaging workshop to help pupils explore the role of an international NGO, and the work of ActionAid. Includes an introduction to our main areas of work including emergencies, HIV/Aids, food and peace-building, plus insight into some of the countries and people we work with. Prices from £50
This resource is bursting with teaching resources for your Key Stage 2 primary class! Themed around the issues of food waste and sustainability, this resource contains vibrant photos and stickers, adaptable digital resources, lesson ideas, activities and a teachers’ booklet.
What is a home? This lesson plan gets pupils thinking about different types of homes and settlements. Aimed at key stage 1 and 2 the activity uses photographs to show what homes look like in four different countries.
Introduce your pupils to the people who live in Chembakolli and nearby Gudalur with these photo slideshows. Slideshows include detailed captions and a series of photographs documenting each persons life, job and family.
Introduce your pupils to what village life is like in and around Chembakolli and nearby Gudalur with our much loved slideshows. Find out what jobs people have, what school is like and the types of animals that live nearby.
Let your class experience playtime in Chembakolli, a remote Adivasi (or tribal) community in the Nilgiri district of south India. Designed for Key Stage 2, this vibrant PowerPoint reveals the toys and games of Chembakolli children. It asks pupils to reflect on similarities and differences with their own playtime favourites.