Go-Givers! Free cross-curricular and interactive PSHCE lessons for KS 1 and 2. A special ‘Olympic’ module has been added for summer 2012. Don’t miss out!
Learning and Teaching Resources
The Go-Givers website has over 100 free lesson plans from the Citizenship Foundation
Go-Givers is an exciting web based PSHE and Citizenship programme for Primary aged children, their teachers and parents. It is funded by the Cabinet Office and has over 100 free PSHE and Citizenship lesson plans and activities for KS1 and KS2. The Go-Givers programme has been developed by the Citizenship Foundation, an independent charity based in the UK, which aims to empower individuals to engage in the wider community through education about the law, democracy and society. It focuses particularly on developing young people’s citizenship skills, knowledge and understanding.
As the flagship for the primary curriculum, Go-Givers aims to develop caring and concerned citizens with the skills and confidence to make a positive contribution to their communities, both local and global.
100s of Downloadables
The site includes 100 downloadable lessons, some fantastic context free web tools, and a lively ‘Kids’ Zone’ - and its all completely FREE! The lessons are fully referenced to the NC, SEAL and Healthy Schools, and have been developed in the belief that our children’ s education should have its basis in a philosophy of personal and social responsibility, mutual respect, and concern for our world.
The ‘Go-Givers’ cartoon characters, who represent children from a variety of backgrounds, have inspired the stories for younger children. For older children there are modules such as Rights & Responsibilities and Community Cohesion.
Teachers are required to register to access the teaching resources.