How others live

2nd July 2004 at 01:00
Splash!, a pack aimed at seven to 11-year-olds, introduces the work of Christian Aid. With the help of puzzles, photos and cartoons it encourages pupils to think about the way they use water compared to villagers in rural Mali. Also new are the Living Differently key stage 23 packs, which provide assembly ideas and classroom activities with a global perspective.

Building Hope looks at fair trade issues for Sierra Leone farmers, while On the Road to Disaster focuses on how earthquakes affect El Salvador. What Freedom? considers racism, poverty and oppression in Haiti. All packs have links to RE, active citizenship, PSHE, geography, history and environmental studies. Splash!, Building Hope and On the Road to Disaster are available online or from Christian Aid. What Freedom? can only be downloaded from the website.

Tel: 08700 787 788 www.christian-aid.org.uk

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