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Poverty Explored

Inspire your students to explore global issues and play an active role in fighting poverty

Browse our secondary school resources including assemblies, classroom activities, presentations and games, aimed to help pupils engage with world issues and reflect on their own role as global citizens.

Please note some resources have been created by our colleagues in Great Britain, however much of the content is transferrable for use in schools in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Enable students to investigate discrimination, prejudice and stigma through the real-life experience of people living with HIV in Kenya.

Discrimination and HIV: Secondary School resource

Enable students to investigate discrimination, prejudice and stigma through the real-life experience of people living with HIV in Kenya.
Climate change in Kenya, women in field ready to harvest their crops

Climate change and Kenya: Secondary School resource

Climate Change and Kenya is a scheme of work examining Climate Change through an in depth case study from Kalawani in Eastern Kenya.
Inspire your students to explore global issues and play an active role in fighting poverty

Poverty Explored: Secondary School resource

Inspire your students to explore global issues and play an active role in fighting poverty.
Young girl climbs tree in Bolivia

Spanish language resource: Secondary School

Cecilia Cordova, Programme Officer in Bolivia with Christian Aid, answers questions on climate change.
A new resource produced by Christian Aid Scotland and Oxfam for students aged 11-14.

Fair Enough: Primary School resource

A new resource produced by Christian Aid Scotland and Oxfam for students ages 11-14.
Dr Rowan Williams and children in South Sudan

GCSE resources for RE

Download our free and easy to use lesson plans for GCSE RE.
Sixth form students writing notes in class

Sixth form teaching resources

Take a look at our sixth form workshops designed to get young people talking about the issues of global poverty with Christian Aid.
A woman stands outside her house which has partly collapsed from the earthquake in Nepal

Disaster zone game

If a disaster struck your home, what would you try to save? This game will help pupils explore the practical and emotional impacts of a disaster.
Illustrations from the story of Frank and the Pea Stalk

Harvest school resources

Frank and the Pea Stalk: Our Harvest resources focus on the story of Frank, a farmer in Malawi, who has been struggling to grow food in the face of climate change.
Ahmed sits with his family in temporary accommodation after fleeing Syria

Safe Place Ludo game

Safe Place Ludo is a board game that explores the difficult journeys made by people fleeing conflict.
Wild amazonian cocoa fruit

The chocolate trade game

Trace the journey of the cocoa bean from tree to chocolate bar.
A local shop at Kumortuli market in Kolkata, India

The paper bag game

A popular and highly interactive game that gives an insight into what life is like for poor people trying to earn a living.
Two women picking tea leaves in a large field in Bangladesh

The poverty challenge

A simulation game illustrating how sustainable development training can improve livelihoods.
Women trading produce in a market in Jinka, South Omo

The trading game

This game helps to show how trade affects the prosperity of a country - both positively and negatively.
Ponchi Rani Mondol sits at her sewing machine at home in Bangladesh

Trading trainers game

A simulation game to help the players understand how it is still possible to be poor even if you work hard for a living.

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