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The First News ACTive Citizenship Awards are based around three areas: learning, school culture and community. To achieve an award, pupils design,...
Joel Busher, a research fellow in the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social relations in Coventry University, presents an article about why the far...
This article from the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law considers some of the international issues related to the Rule of Law in KS4. In doing so,...
This article is the third in a series from the English-Speaking Union, supporting teachers to develop the use of speech and debate in the Citizenship...
Jennifer Brouhard, a fifth grade teacher, revisits the relationship between history and citizenship education and presents a scheme of work...
Robert Jackson, Visiting Professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences Education at Stockholm University, explores the inter-...
Aliya Azam MBE, Interfaith Coordinator at the Al Khoei Foundation and Deborah Weston OBE, Director of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural...

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'First Give Programme', published by First Give, has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources. The First Give resources...
Towers School and Sixth Form Centre, Kent Teacher: Zoe Baker Students in year 8 (12-13 year olds) analysed a number of case studies that focused on...
Active Citizenship Projects - Guidance for Supervisors This guidance has been written by Kevin Walker. Kevin is a Citizenship teacher with many...
The ACT Topic Guide on The Electoral System and Political Parties includes an overview of key concepts to address together with practical teaching...
ACT and the Global Learning Programme (GLP) have mapped out the connections between 'British values' and global learning through the perspective of...
Misconceptions and extremism Scott Amott, Head of Citizenship and PFL, led work on The ACT Building Resilience Project at Heanor Gate Science College...

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This resources digest has been put together by the Expert Group for Citizenship. The Expert Group for Citizenship comprises teachers and others from...
This curriculum briefing on Assessment and Progression in Citizenship is part of a series of guides produced to support the revised National...
ACT has been developing a range of activities, advice and guidance to support the Global Learning Programme (GLP), which is a national initiative...
ACT have developed a range of CPD modules to support the training and development of all those engaged in teaching citizenship. Each module has the...
The term ‘Citizenship’ means different things, to different people, in different contexts. Citizenship education is therefore often misunderstood....
This module aims to provide LA advisers with the opportunity to consider disciplined innovation in curriculum planning and give participants the...
This citizenship training module is aimed at practitioners working with challenging and vulnerable children and young people who may be attending...
The purpose of this training module is to find out about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Rights Respecting School Award...

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Amanda Moorghen, Projects Officer at the English Speaking Union, tackles some of the obstacles to using debate before sharing some practical tips for...
Jamie Kelsey-Fry, author of the Rax Active Citizenship Toolkit, has outlined an overall approach to encouraging active citizenship, focusing...
John Hamer, Director of educational consultancy AlphaPlus Consultancy Ltd and an expert consultant to the Council of Europe on history education,...
Debbie Newman shares some ideas for a practical lesson plan on voting. Debate lesson plan: voting (click to download) This was first published in...
Holly Greenland and David Carr, from Parliament's Education Service, discuss some of the exciting opportunities to engage your students in ...
Ron Johnston, Professor of Geography at the University of Bristol, Charles Pattie, Professor of Geography at the University of Sheffield and David...
Philip Cowley, Professor of Parliamentary Government at the University of Nottingham and Rob Ford, Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester,...
Leigh Canning, Head of Citizenship, makes a strong case for the incorporation of Music in Citizenship lessons and shares two successful examples. It'...

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