Videos for the classroom, case studies and teacher training.
This film lasts 7min 25 and features a link day between a pair of linking schools in Stockport. The visit takes place at one of the schools. Footage is taken throughout the day and is great to use when you want to show what happens during a link visit and what the impact of the work is.
Here Matt Goodfellow kindly reads a few of his poems aloud from the poetry book The Same Inside for teachers to share with their classes.
Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
This teacher training video shares learning and top tips learnt during class to class digital linking.
Everybody—a part animation, part live-action short film from our friends from the UK—is a celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for the book, We Are All Born Free.
Experienced Headteachers in Stockport and Manchester discuss the impact of schools linking in their schools over time (45 second clip)View
Two experienced headteachersfrom a pair of linking schools in Stockport hsare their thoughts on the impact of schools linking in their schools.
This is a montage created by the Great Get Together showing pairs and groups of people sharing cards on which they have written things they have in common and things that are different. It can be used as a stimulus for linking classes to explore and find commonalities and differences between themselves and then create cards for a shared video.
This video shows Imam Qari and Rabbi Esther holding cards on which they have written similarities and differences that they have identified including that they both love a cup of tea, both live in Yorkshire and then follow different faiths. It can be used as a stimulus for linking classes.
“Home” – Directed by Mark Grimmer, 59 Productions and produced by Richard Curtis in association with Global Citizen. Home is a reminder that the space we inhabit extends beyond our house, neighbourhood, country and even continent – and it’s up to us to take care of it.