Refugees and migration
Help young people challenge assumptions about migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, and to develop mutual respect, empathy and understanding.
Explore refugees and migration with our free Geography, Citizenship and PSHE teaching resources.
Get primary and secondary teaching ideas about:
- what causes people to leave their homes and what their experiences are like
- the meaning of the terms asylum seekers, migrants and refugees
- what makes us who we are and how we can understand and celebrate our differences.
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Refugees and migration teaching resources
Subjects: Citizenship, PSHE
Resources for children and young people for home learning, using the experiences of other young people aimed at building empathy, understanding and resilience through storytelling.
Subjects: PSHE, SMSC, Citizenship
Primary and secondary resource helping students understand migration, build empathy, increase understanding and learn about the stories of refugees and their journey.
In the news (Newsthink)
Age: 7 - 14
Type: Lesson plan
Subjects: PSHE, History, Citizenship
Session plans and activities to learn about the history of migration, gain understanding and build empathy.
Type: Teaching guide
Download a Red Cross poster for primary and secondary schools.
Age: 7-11, 11-14
Type: Lesson plan, images
Activities to help learners consider identity, belonging and the impact stigma can have on refugee and migrant communities.
Type: Lesson plan, audio
Subjects: English, History
Educational resources for primary school students examining the evacuation of children in Britain during World War Two to better understand the reasons people are forced to leave home.
Type: Lesson Plan
Help learners to build empathy, increase understanding and celebrate the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees.