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Peta Foundation has brilliant resources as it contains videos, posters, images and so much more.

Learning and Teaching Resources


  • "Share the World" is a wonderful resource for primary teachers. With an A1 full-colour poster, a 30-minute DVD and a beautifully illustrated resource book, this pack is loved by teachers worldwide.

  • "Citizenship: Animals and Us (Key Stages 1 & 2)" is perfect for enquiring young minds! With clearly stated curriculum links, the eight lesson plans cover subjects such as "Zoos: Prison or Paradise?", "Should We Keep Elephants in Captivity?" and "Taking Care of Our Companions".

  • "Let’s Ask the Animals" is a 22-minute DVD, perfect for science teachers, exploring the similarities between humans, pigs, chickens, cows and sheep in a fun and engaging manner.


  • "Citizenship: Animals in Todays Society (Key Stages 3 & 4)" contains eight worksheets designed to get your pupils to challenge entrenched ideas and express their own! Lesson plans include "Is Meat Murder?", "Vivisection: Kill or Cure?" and "Whaling: A Global Issue".

  • "GCSE English: Animal Rights" contains eight worksheets examining a variety of modern-day animal issues. Pupils are encouraged to cultivate listening, speaking, debating and creative writing skills.

  • "Just Choices" explores four social justice movements: the movement to end the slave trade and the ensuing struggle for blacks’ rights, women’ s fight for political and social equality, environmental campaigners’ struggle to protect the planet and the animal rights movement. The pack contains a DVD, a poster, a resource sheet and four lesson plans.

  • "Stimulus Response" is a 26-minute DVD featuring scientists from Britain’ s leading veterinary schools. It teaches the five steps of the stimulus-response pathway by using examples from animals’ lives and is perfect for use in science lessons.


  • Climate change, global poverty, increasing rates of obesity and animal welfare are all issues we can address right now! And reducing our meat intake or going vegetarian is one of the easiest and surest ways to do this. The PETA Foundation is encouraging primary and secondary schools to go meat-free at least once a week and can provide free cross-curricular teaching packs, recipes and a Meat-Free Monday environmental impact calculator.



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