About this resource
The activities in this ready-to-use resource pack seeks to explore the lives of six refugees and migrants who live in Bristol and found refuge through their art and creative practices. These seven activities will help your students to challenge and disrupt stereotypes, explore human rights and reflect on the place of creative practices in people’s lives.
Why we recommend this resource
This teachers resource pack has been developed, delivered and evaluated with Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils (ages 9-14 years), and are designed to support National Curriculum links in England (Geography, Citizenship, PSHE, Art and Design) and Wales (Humanities, Health and Wellbeing, and Expressive Arts).
Activities are based around the six films created for the project and can be used as stand alone lessons, a suite of learning episodes or the basis of an assembly. Easily find an activity that fits your requirement with our handy activity outlines including lesson timings, goals and resources required.
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