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Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. Artist Ai Weiwei has created a new flag to mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. FREE cross-curricular resources for ages 5 to 18 designed in consultation with teachers are available to support this learning. The resources use creative activities to promote enquiry and debate, and help pupils gain a better understanding about what human rights mean today.

Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. Artist Ai Weiwei has created a new flag to mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. FREE cross-curricular resources for ages 5 to 18 designed in consultation with teachers are available to support this learning. The resources use creative activities to promote enquiry and debate, and help pupils gain a better understanding about what human rights mean today.
Fly The Flag Assembly Pack
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Fly The Flag Assembly Pack

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Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. This pack will support you in delivering assemblies to introduce your students to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and the Fly The Flag project. It complements the free teaching resources for Key Stages 1- 5 available on the Fly The Flag website. This resource can be used to build on student’s knowledge if they have completed the Fly The Flag lessons, it can also support you to deliver assemblies that are an introduction to human rights. In this pack you will find a menu of suggestions and resources that you can select from to create an assembly that meets the needs of your students and school. It is organised by primary and secondary level. You can use this pack to develop a whole school or year assembly, or to create a moment of reflection in class or tutor time. The ‘Useful Background Information for Teachers’ section will ensure that you understand the human rights context. You can use this to introduce your assembly. There are also suggestions for assemblies that students participate in, or jointly lead with teachers. At the back of the pack you will find a range of resources that you can use to create presentations.
Fly The Flag Education Pack (14 - 16 yrs)
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Fly The Flag Education Pack (14 - 16 yrs)

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Fly The Flag Education Pack for ages 14 - 16 years / Key Stage 4. Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. These two sessions will introduce your students to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fly The Flag project. The first session is designed as a standalone session and the second is designed as a follow-on session, to support deeper understanding. All of the resources required to deliver these sessions are at the end of this pack.
Fly The Flag Education Pack (16+ yrs)
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Fly The Flag Education Pack (16+ yrs)

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Fly The Flag Education Pack 16+ years / Key Stage 5 Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. These two sessions will introduce your students to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fly The Flag project. The first session is designed as a standalone session and the second is designed as a follow-on session, to support deeper understanding. All of the resources required to deliver these sessions are at the end of this pack.
Fly The Flag Education Pack  (11 - 14 yrs)
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Fly The Flag Education Pack (11 - 14 yrs)

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Fly The Flag Education Pack for ages 11 - 14 years / Key Stage 3. Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. These two sessions will introduce your students to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fly The Flag project. The first session is designed to act as a standalone session and the second is designed as a follow-on session, to support deeper understanding. All of the resources required to deliver these sessions are at the end of this pack.
Fly The Flag Education Pack (5 - 7 yrs)
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Fly The Flag Education Pack (5 - 7 yrs)

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Fly The Flag Education Pack for ages 5 - 7 years / Key Stage 1. Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. These are three short activities that build on each other and can be run immediately after one another, or on following days to suit. They are designed to support you in introducing your students to the idea of human rights, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fly The Flag project. All the resources required to deliver these activities are at the end of this pack.
Fly The Flag Education Pack  (7-11 yrs)
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Fly The Flag Education Pack (7-11 yrs)

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Fly The Flag Education Pack for ages 7 - 11 years / Key Stage 2. Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights. These two sessions will introduce your students to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fly The Flag project. The first session is designed to act as a standalone session and the second is designed as a follow-on session, to support deeper understanding. All of the resources required to deliver these sessions are at the end of this pack.