Barnaby goes to Kenya

11th March 2005 at 00:00
The charity ActionAid is launching two new resource packs to help teachers of key stages 1 and 2 show pupils what life is like in developing countries.

Barnaby Bear goes to Kenya allows KS1 children to accompany Barnaby as he explores daily life, family, holiday and journeys. Children are encouraged to make comparisons with their own lives.

With the Chembakolli Tea Pack, KS2 pupils can look at life on an Indian tea estate through the eyes of the Adivasi tribe and explore fair trade and globalisation as part of their geography, PSHE and citizenship lessons.

* ActionAid Stand: PV128

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