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Can you get concussion from a cheese roll? Yes - if it's the centuries-old custom of cheese rolling that thrives even in our supposedly risk-averse age. What are the actual risks at community events like this and how do we manage them?
Give pupils a deeper understanding of the major global issue of migration through this photo-based lesson plan, ideal for citizenship teachers.
Who would you rather talk to? A refugee who has fled a war zone or an athlete competing in the Olympic games in Rio 2016?
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.
Warring parties must give medical help to the injured - whatever side they are on. See this in action, with a dramatic news photograph.
Can you count guns, decipher an emergency and interpret signs of shortage? Test your skills with the video quiz & fun follow-up activities.
Use a photo stimulus to encourage young people to reflect on the humanitarian impact of armed conflict.
How is it possible to live in a conflict zone? Focus on how teenagers in Syria might react to the challenges of an utterly changed world
Using an example of psychosocial support provided for children in Syria, help young people learn about different methods that can be employed to emotionally support individuals during and after a crisis.
A car crashes into water and starts to sink. You have only minutes to help free the driver who is trapped inside. What do you do? Explore how different people react in emergency situations and the importance of being able to improvise.