This area has resources for teachers on Schools Linking Programmes to support you to run your linking project with your class. The resources include Classroom PowerPoints, pupil handouts for activities and examples of pupil work. The password is given out on training at Schools Linking CPD. Linking Resources Log-in Please contact your local linking facilitator for your username and password for this area which shares PowerPoints, word documents, letter and assembly templates for your Schools Linking Project.
During the summer term 2018 6 areas of the National Network engaged in work with parents and communities. We believe that bringing together parents of children who are part of the linking programme will enable them to better support their own child’s experience of linking by having more confidence to respond to their child’s curiosity, questions and reflections on identity and other issues which may emerge during the linking journey. We know that there are not many opportunities in society for adults to meet other adults who they otherwise wouldn’t meet and parent/ community linking can enable this. We’ve captured some of the things we learnt in the Parent Linking resource you can download here. Parent Linking resource
This section includes everything you might need to get social action happening in your school from resources to get your student body excited about being active citizens in their community to real life case studies and videos showing students actually having a positive impact on the lives of those around them.
Teaching resources ideal for use with primary school students at key stages one and two.
Teaching resources specifically aimed at school linking and exchanging information through our four key questions, including structured lesson plans and identity work.
We have written two sets of resources for Home Educated pupils. The primary resources help children explore and think through democracy, individual liberty, rule of law and respect for diversity. The Digital Knowhow secondary resources are written to help students explore 'truth, lies and the internet' and learn skills for deconstructing propaganda. Please contact us if you are interested in these resources. Home Education Log-in
A range of ideas for school assemblies based on our four key questions, ideal for use to promote SMSC development. All these assemblies have been written by teachers and delivered in schools
Here are books that we recommend to help you explore identity, diversity, community and equality with your pupils in your own school or as part of a linking programme. All are excellent for spiritual, moral, social and cultural education.