Resource looking at writing techniques with excerpts from "The Shed that Fed a Million Children" by Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow, founder and CEO of Mary's Meals. Leads to personal reflective writing piece, suitable for teaching higher English, GCSE English and similar.
An English resource designed to be used as a stand alone set of lessons or in conjunction with our other materials such as Saving Grace . The resource is aimed at upper primary and lower secondary school with some differentiation. Outcome of unit is a group talk which can lead into a enterprise event.For more information on Mary's Meals visit www.marysmeals.org.uk or arrange a speaker to your school by emailing email@example.com
A cross curricular resource designed to be used as a stand alone "topic" with upper primary school. Saving Grace is a four minute animation which explains about Mary's Meals work in Malawi and all over the world. The topic focuses on this animation and takes pupils on a journey through the eyes of Grace.Saving Grace can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8mgNM8U13M or downloaded from the fundraising resources section of our website.CfE information, Teacher's Guide, PowerPoint, differentiated worksheets and much more included.For more information on Mary's Meals visit www.marysmeals.org.uk or arrange a speaker to your school by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A cross curricular unit unit of work looking at Global Citizenship, focusing mainly on Malawi but also on Scotland and UK. Scotland unit uses Scots language to engage with pupils and look at their Scots identity through the eyes of a child from Malawi. Both units discuss Mary's Meals and the work that the charity does - leading into fundraising unit (download seperately).To find out more about Mary's Meals or to arrange a speaker for your school please visit www.marysmeals.org