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Inspiring case studies show that we can all take action to improve the world!

This workshop uses case studies of local as well as famous people around the world who have taken action to improve the world we live in. It uses film, art and the Global Advocate exhibition to engage the children with the issues. Perfect for stimulating discussion on active citizenship, racial equality, fair trade and makes a great addition to Black History Month. Includes one week's free hire of the Global Advocate Exhibition.

* Includes one week free hire of the Global Advocate exhibition! *

“Very practical/hands-on, the children loved the crafty activities! Clear explanations, pitched at the right level. Lots of discussion.” - Year 3 Teacher, Westgate Primary School

Session Objectives:
> Reflect on people we know who have acted as Agents of Change
> Find out about people who are changing (or have changed) the world for the better
> Consider ways we can be Agents of Change

Curriculum Areas:
> English
> Spoken Language
> Citizenship
> Geography

About us:
Leeds DEC are the Global Learning experts with over 30 years experience of working with teachers, pupils, whole school development, and multi-school events. Our hands on, engaging workshops for young people on Fairtrade and other topical global development issues are differentiated for all Key Stages, from KS1 to Post 16. 100% of our workshops have been rated good or outstanding by teachers. Our workshops develop school Social Moral Spiritual Cultural requirements and enhance many curriculum areas including English, Maths, Art, Geography, PSHE and Citizenship. We offer a unique contribution towards Enrichment Days or can fit seamlessly into daily school life. Many of our workshops correspond to our CPD for teachers, youth workers and educators. We can recommend a package of activities to embed social justice into the culture of your school.

All workshops include a free teaching resource for teachers, and stickers and a takeaway Fairtrade quiz for each child, plus follow-up activities and books can be recommended at your request.

All of our workshops can be adapted to meet your school or class needs. Please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements and receive a tailored quote.

Ages:

Early Years Age 3-5, KS1 Age 5-7, KS2 Age 7-11, KS3 Age 11-13, KS5 Age 16-18

Locations:

Durham, East Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Merseyside, Norfolk, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, Suffolk, Tyne and Wear, Warwickshire, West Midlands, West Yorkshire

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