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Choose from a range of interactive activities and innovative lesson ideas for primary schools.
The perfect tool for teaching primary children life-saving first aid skills, suitable for all educators.
The activities build an understanding of humanity for younger learners, starting with what it means to be human before exploring key concepts underpinning wider notions of humanity.
Introduce primary children to the concept of emergencies and preparedness with activities helping them understand what an emergency is, why something might change from fun to serious, what makes a situation serious or unsafe, and why we prepare for emergencies.
Teach primary children about the dangers of flood water and how they can stay safe in flooded areas.
You can't stop winter happening. You can change the impact it has on you. Try this series of wintry activities in class or informal education.
Understand the harmful effects of stigma, reflect on assumptions about migration and think critically about what makes us who we are.
Learn words of welcome in a refugee or migrant's mother tongue. A local action project researching and speaking a few foreign phrases.
Princess Elizabeth sympathises with evacuees during World War II and praises the kindness of strangers. Use this radio broadcast to explore what pupils know and think about refugees.
Why is the red cross special? Explore what it means in both armed conflict and international law with this school assembly kit.
To mark the Centenary, the British Red Cross has created a suite of eight primary lesson plans which support a CBBC ‘Operation Ouch WWI special’ film.
Help children to appreciate the importance of clean water in our lives with these video and photo case study resources from communities in Kenya.
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