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13 Jul 2017
An end-of-term music quiz that’s fast-moving and sometimes humorous, with plenty of opportunity for thoughtful discussion and expression of opinion.
20 Apr 2017
Food shortages are hard to contemplate, but this edition of Newsthink provides thoughtful activities for approaching the current crises in East Africa and Yemen.
14 Jun 2017
Explore how acting with humanity can make a difference to people affected by the London Bridge attack, and consider the role of emergency planning in reducing harm.
13 Jun 2017
Find out about young Syrians who practise Parkour – the sport of climbing, running and jumping around buildings. In addition, discuss luck and preparation in times of crisis with the story of a surfer who survived 32 hours at sea.
24 May 2017
This edition encourages young people to consider ways that the public helped each other after the explosion in Manchester. It also explores the role of practical help and emotional support.
24 Mar 2017
Westminster has been the site of a sudden, unexpected attack. The heart of London saw loss of life and severe injuries, but also people moving to help and support one another.
New resource for geography teachers helps 11-19 year olds understand the humanitarian impact of a natural disaster like an earthquake.
A collection of activities for teachers to help students reflect on life a year on from typhoon Haiyan.
Food shortages are hard to contemplate: the human suffering is intense, and news footage can be difficult to watch. This edition of Newsthink provides thoughtful activities for approaching the current crises in East Africa and Yemen.
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