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Celebrating the Platinum Jubilee as a Citizenship teacher

 

This week, we released our free Platinum Jubilee lesson, to help you celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 70-year reign, whilst also developing some key Citizenship knowledge. 

Five reasons to attend the Teaching Citizenship Conference

  1. You will learn from experts across a variety of curriculum areas

New guidance on political impartiality in school may raise concerns within teaching profession

You can attend the upcoming CPD session run by Zoe and Lee Jerome, Research consultant from Middlesex University on 30 March, 16.30-18.00 by registering here.  

 

A Curriculum for Climate Change and Sustainable Citizenship Education

A Curriculum for Climate Change and Sustainable Citizenship Education

When does the social gap in political engagement emerge in life and can citizenship education address it?

 

When does the social gap in political engagement emerge in life and can citizenship education address it?

Jan Germen Janmaat and Bryony Hoskins

Let’s teach about the fundamental British values as citizenship concepts

Let’s teach about the fundamental British values as citizenship concepts rather than ‘promote’ them as values.
A few years ago I collaborated with ACT and the English Speaking Union on a project called The Deliberative Classroom.
Lee Jerome

Empowering young people through safe space in the classroom

Emotions have run high in the past two months as British teenagers who feel a sense of identification with, or sympathy for, the people of Palestine or Israel have naturally needed to respond to the intense emotions they are experiencing. How can schools provide the support and empowerment that these students need?
Sharon Booth, Founder & Executive Director - SNS

Conspiracy theories and the classroom 

As the American election showed, one of the biggest threats to democracy is the rise of disinformation. And the problem is not likely to go away. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to the spreading of a range of disinformation, misinformation and conspiracy theories.

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