Our charity has produced resources for use by teachers in their lessons about tolerance. We also help teachers with their research for lesson plans and by providing guest speakers.
We are pleased to make available a teachers’ guide for Years 5-13.
Our Love Thy Neighbour guide is suitable for all schools and is designed for use with the accompanying student-friendly PowerPoint presentation.
The guide provides information for teachers on topics such as prejudice, stereotyping, bullying and the importance of being an upstander and not a bystander. It can complement a wide variety of bases, including SMSC, PSHE, RE, History, Geography, British Values, Mindfulness and Self-reflection/evaluation.
The guide was prepared by a former teacher who refined this material whilst speaking to 25,000 children in over 100 schools. She has adapted this teaching guide from her notes, including discussion topics, which teachers have widely praised.
The guide deals with antisemitism and includes a useful introduction to the Holocaust, but goes much further, addressing prejudice and hatred at large. We hope you will find it a help when planning lessons and assemblies.The guide will be updated from time to time, to keep it topical and to keep the material fresh. Please fill out your contact details below so that we can let you know when the guide is updated.
This resource pack for schools comprises a guide for teachers and a pupil-friendly PowerPoint presentation for Years 5-13.
We assist teachers with their research for lesson plans and by arranging for speakers from our charity or other charities to come and speak to pupils.