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Sustainable development

Sustainable Citizenship Lessons

Developed by ACT Ambassadors in celebration of ACT’s 20th anniversary year, and for the Sustainable Citizenship Conference, these lessons link to the theme of sustainability and holding government to account and are part of a full unit work on sustainable citizenship

The lessons are pitched for key stage 3 and 4 but are adaptable. 

Teaching workshops at the Sustainable Citizenship Conference

We'll be touching on the themes of sustainability, lawmaking, and active citizenship as the 3-day conference progresses. Attendees will reflect on the role of Citizenship education to teach young people effective ways to influence government and others with power to make the changes that will impact their future. 

A topical activity on drones linking Citizenship and Global Learning

Have a look at our new Drones activity. It is available for FREE download and is highly topical. New concerns about drone technology are reported daily in news media and the topics strongly links global matters with the domestic in Citizenship.



CITIZENSHIP: USING THE EVIDENCE OF THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT – A TEACHER’S GUIDE   written by members of the English Heritage Education Team, 2004, English Heritage, ISBN 1 – 85074-857-8

is an imaginative, well thought-out cross curricular resource. It starts with local history, which is relevant in the Foundation Stage and part of both KS1 and 2 primary history PoS, and demonstrates citizenship education working from the past to the present and into the future.

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