There's a wide variety of ideas and activities to help children recognise and combat racial prejudice in this glossy 65-page teacher's book. It has fact sheets on the history of racism and biographies of people who have taken a stand against it, plus a reading list and directory of relevant organisations.
CHANGING CHILDHOODS: Britain since 1930. Save the Children, 17 Grove Lane, London SE5 8RD. Pounds 9.50.
This source book for teachers provides documents and activities related to the study of childhood as part of the wider social history of the 20th century. Aimed at those working with eight to 12-year-olds, it encourages discussion around school, work and play over the past 70 years.
ONE VISION: Cultural Awareness Pack. Save the Children Pounds 5.95.
A team from the Patmore Centre,a Save the Children Fund project in south-west London, has produced this imaginative activities pack for early years teachers, based ontheir own experience of creating a programme for children to helpthem learn about different cultures and traditions.