Workshop teaching resources
Workshop Teaching Resources
Take your class on a journey to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with this fantastic ActionAid workshop. Jam-packed with hands-on activities to stimulate learning about Brazil’s geography, people and communities, this workshop can be adapted for Key Stage 1 or 2 and is the perfect companion to ActionAid’s free Brazil learning resources. Prices from £50.
Invite a speaker from ActionAid to an assembly or workshop, and discover life in rural India through our unique blend of global learning tools, artefacts and multimedia resources. Prices from £50.
For just 65p a day, your class or school can change a child’s life for good when you become a sponsor with ActionAid. Find out how sponsoring a child with your class or school could provide access to an education, safe, clean water and nourishing food.
Suitable for Key Stage 1, this workshop allows your young pupils to accompany Barnaby Bear on his first visit to Kenya. They will discover what it is like to live, work and play in Kenya, and meet local families along the way. Prices from £50.
Organise a Chembakolli tea party to enthuse your Key Stage 2 pupils about Fairtrade and life in the south Indian village of Chembakolli. An engaging resource to bring ActionAid and Chembakolli to your classroom or assembly. Prices from £50.
Use this engaging workshop to help pupils explore the role of an international charity, and the work of ActionAid. Includes an introduction to our main areas of work including emergencies, food and peace-building, plus insight into some of the countries and people we work with. Prices from £50.
Barnaby Bear is visiting Brazil and our KS1 workshop is the perfect opportunity for your pupils to join him and experience this incredible country. With the help of this ActionAid workshop, explore the wonders of the Amazon rainforest, its animals, and the people who live there. Prices from £50.
Jam-packed with facts, props, stunning photos and real life stories, this workshop explores some of the reasons why people go hungry. Meet children from Kenya, Bangladesh and Lesotho and discover how drought, floods and crop disease impact their lives. Prices from £50.