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Looking for imaginative teaching tools that are simple to use? You'll find them here - free resources, ideal for citizenship and PSHE teaching, tutor time and across the curriculum.
Explore the work and principles of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement with young people on 8 May.
Short presentations or interactive workshop sessions in your school.
A selection of imaginative games, interactive activities and innovative lesson ideas for primary schools.
Teach first aid to young people with our easy to use kit - even if you have no prior first aid experience.
Teach the complexities of conflict and the 'rules of war' using this resource.
This teacher briefing explains the international laws covering various weapons.
An economic crisis is also a humanitarian crisis. Explore how, why and what can be done.
Armed police search for an armed man in a residential area. Explore what happens.
Explore the tensions of working in dangerous places - focusing on one journalist who died doing her job.
A woman trapped in flood waters is hanging on, screaming for help. Would you take a photograph?
Sign up free for regular news-related activities, ideal for tutor time and assemblies.
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