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Diversity: race & ethnicity

Issue 53 Article: Teaching race in a changing community

Issue 53 of ACT journal Teaching Citizenship is out!

Download free article 'Teaching race in a changing community' by Zoe Baker, one of three related articles in the journal.

Zoe Baker is the Head of Education and Professional Development at ACT, and has over 20 years teaching experience. She also works on the ITT programme at Canterbury Christ Church University.

150 Citizenship Lessons for Years 7-11

We're pleased to be the curriculum partner with the OAK national academy for citizenship.  

ACT teachers have designed lessons for years 7-11. The online classroom and activities club was set up to help teachers and parents support their pupils and children during the Covid pandemic.

Holocaust Memorial Day and Citizenship - Stand Together

This resource has been developed by Zoe Baker to help teachers consider and plan ways in which Citizenship can make an important contribution to educating children about the Holocaust.

Links to activities and teaching ideas are provided.

Free to Speak Safe to Learn from the Council of Europe

ACT is delighted to support a campaign launched by the Council of Europe, 'Free to Speak, Safe to Learn', which encouarges all schools to become 'Democratic Schools'. 

Immigration and protest - a case study of Dover in 2016 - the ACT Building Resilience Project

Immigration and protest - a case study of Dover in 2016

Zoe Baker, Citizenship Teacher, led work on The ACT Building Resilience Project at The Towers School and Sixth Form in Ashford, Kent.

Towner Art Gallery Eastbourne - exhibition reviews

There are two exhibitions at the Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne that are of interest to citizenship teachers and may well be worth a trip to the seaside.

Recording Britain
Organised by the V&A | exhibition runs until 2 May 2016

ACT guidance to support revised National Curriculum for Citizenship 2014

ACT has developed a range of guidance and materials to support the revised National Curriculum 2014. The materials include:



The National Football Museum opened in the landmark Urbis building in Manchester City Centre in July 2012.

In January 2013 the Museum will begin its educational programme offer to schools. One of its key sessions is a creative Citizenship learning session.

Topics covered include Racism in Football, Women’s Football and Disability Football. After an introductory talk students will reinforce the ideas discussed by completing a trail on the Museum’s Galleries.

Suitable for secondary students, Key Stages 3 and 4.

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