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Teach empathy, provide awareness of world events and discuss challenging humanitarian topics with your students using the British Red Cross’ teaching resources. Our educational resources draw on our experience and expertise in supporting communities in. times of crisis across the UK and the world.

Created in line with national curriculums, the resources are suitable for primary (5 to 11) and secondary (12 to 19) school students and cover topics such as conflict, humanitarianism, refugees and migration, disasters and emergencies, first aid, wellbeing, and news events.

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