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You can always rely on the regular newsthink emails to provide fresh and insightful stimulation for tutor time.


Sharing opinions, analysing world events, and developing a critical understanding of the media are all things students get better at with regular practice.



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In the latest edition: Activities exploring issues raised by the Manchester attack.


In the April edition: Activities exploring the East Africa crisis.


In the March edition:  Activities exploring issues raised by the Westminster attack and activities featuring fires, earthquakes and aid delivering drones.


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After an earthquake

A sign reading 'Please help us!' is displayed while children play outside their makeshift tents in rice fields in the Philippines

Children play, hours after a destructive earthquake. What do students want to know?

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Build resilience

School students taking part in a workshop

Students and teachers together reflect, explore and experiment with responses to some form of crisis.

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