A resource list compiled by Teachwire which provide a variety of free resources that primary school teachers can use to teach their students about the importance of D-Day and VE Day. Resources include a link to a factsheet designed by the Royal British Legion on D-Day.Read More
A comprehensive pack designed by the International Slavery Museum for use by teachers in Key Stage 2 and 3 PSHE, RSE, Citizenship, RE or History lessons to teach students about the slave trade in an open and frank way. The resources draw on documents and art that is displayed in the museum.
Sections covered in the resources include learning about Africa, the Atlantic Passage, Plantation Life and the story behind Abolition.Read More
LGBT History Month has compiled a list of resources for use in schools, colleges and youth organisations to help staff and students to mark LGBT History Month 2019, including a link to the newly redesigned Pride Flag and infographics to share on social media platforms.Read More
The This is How We Got Here’ project aimed to uncover hidden stories of LGBT activism and civil rights history over the period 1960 to 2000. The interviews were conducted by young people aged 14-25 from youth clubs in Stockport, Wythenshawe and Manchester and led to the creation of 10 lesson plans by teachers at Schools OUT UK for The Proud Trust. These lesson plans can be adapted for use in History, English, PSHE and Citizenship, Geography and Science lessons to help mark LGBT History Month 2019.Read More
The Proud Trust, in collaboration with Schools OUT UK have produced a Resource Pack for schools, colleges and youth organisations to help plan sessions to celebrate the positive contribution LGBT+ activists have made to progressing human rights, including equality for all.
Sessions include LGBT Bingo, Exploring Activism Methods and exploring The Genderbread Person infographic.Read More