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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'...
Dr Cristina Leston-Bandeira, who works in the School of Politics, Philosophy and International Studies at the University of Hull, shares some useful...
Sabina Wojtowicz, Philanthropy in Schools Programme Coordinator at the Big Give and Danny Gill, Director of Social Impact at the Dragon School, share...
Chris Waller of the Association for Citizenship Teaching shares some ideas from teachers from across the country who are starting to consider how...
Jonathan Birdwell, Head of the Citizenship and Political Participation programme at Demos, and Kate Kipling, former ESRC research fellow at Demos,...
Frances Bestley, Programme Director for the Rights Respecting Schools Award at UNICEF UK, reflects on the implications of the UN Convention on the...

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The Key Stage 4 curriculum activities aim to develop citizenship knowledge and skills, and promote understanding of National Citizen Service (NCS)....
The Key Stage 3 curriculum activities aim to develop citizenship knowledge and skills, and promote understanding of National Citizen Service (NCS)....
The Teaching Guide is part of a set of materials written and developed by ACT in partnership with NCS trust. Download here (pdf) The materials aim to...
OCR GCSE (9-1) Citizenship Studies has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources. The book includes: A variety of...
'Education in a Diverse UK' published by Migrant Help UK has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources. This education...
In the second of a new series of Topical Issues briefings for teachers, ACT offers guidance to help you explore Europe, the European Union and the UK...
The ACT GCSE Summary Guide provides teachers with an overview of the new GCSEs in Citizenship Studies that are available for first teaching from 2016...

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  This resource from Christian Aid is now downloadable from the ACT site. The resource is for key stage 2 and 3 pupils. Teachers can download the pdf...
  Junior Urgent Action Network Junior urgent actions are monthly appeals which have been specially designed for young people aged 7-11 working with...
  These activities are grouped into four broad areas: ideas for assemblies; lessons for the under 5s; lesson ideas for ages 5-7; and lesson ideas for...
A comprehensive website of information, links and resources to support the teaching of rights from The Children's Rights Alliance. The Children's...
The RSPCA has produced a large number of curriculum-linked resources. So far they have got over 60 lesson ideas that include teacher and pupil fact...
  This manual has been designed for teachers who are looking for tools to teach children's rights to students at primary schools. The features of...
The publication of the 8 level scale for Citizenship for use from May 2011 encourages Primary colleagues to consider how this document can be used to...
  Investigating local amenties Locks Heath Infants School investigate local parks

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Sabina Wojtowicz, Philanthropy in Schools Programme Coordinator at the Big Give and Danny Gill, Director of Social Impact at the Dragon School, share...
Chris Waller of the Association for Citizenship Teaching shares some ideas from teachers from across the country who are starting to consider how...
Jonathan Birdwell, Head of the Citizenship and Political Participation programme at Demos, and Kate Kipling, former ESRC research fellow at Demos,...
Frances Bestley, Programme Director for the Rights Respecting Schools Award at UNICEF UK, reflects on the implications of the UN Convention on the...
Holly Greenland, Learning and Digital Projects Manager and Caterina Loriggio, 2015 Anniversaries Senior Campaign Manager. write about connecting the...
Justin Fisher, Professor of Political Science at Brunel University, discusses the importance of Magna Carta to the contemporary political landscape....

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