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.Read full article
This video made by a Year 5 Primary Class to share with their link class is so simple – yet creates such a welcome for the link class before their visit. We especially love the home made keyhole – feels within reach for us!Read full article
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.Read full article
This is an excellent book which can be used to start a classroom conversation about the power of words and the importance of choosing them carefully if we want to have a positive impact and not hurt others. In the context of real concern about Hate Crime statistics for 11-17 year olds the content of this book provides a good way to teach and open up dialogue with primary age children about words.Read full article
Lapage Primary, a three form entry primary in Bradford has created an project, Active Citizenship, that embeds Social Action in every year of a child’s life in the school in a meaningful way.Read full article
Links to the evaluation documents for 2018-2019 facilitatorsRead full article
by Linda Kranz ISBN: 9781589796669
You Be You continues the story of Adri begun in Only One You. You Be You is equally helpful and insightful in a primary classroom and as a shared stimulus for primary linking classes especially for art and dialogue work during class visits.
by Ann Jungman and Shelley Fowles ISBN: 9781845070854
Visitors to the mosque at Cordoba are plagued by the tricks of three boys: Rashid, who is Muslim, Samuel who is Jewish and Miguel who is Christian. Ann Jungman’s story demonstrates what can be achieved when people work together and don’t waste energy hating each other.