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Empathy Week is a global schools programme for students aged 5-18 which uses the power of film to develop empathy and leadership skills in young people across 40+ countries and 6 continents. Together, we are building the #EmpathyGeneration - join us!

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Empathy Week is a global schools programme for students aged 5-18 which uses the power of film to develop empathy and leadership skills in young people across 40+ countries and 6 continents. Together, we are building the #EmpathyGeneration - join us!
An Introduction to Empathy (ages 14-16)
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An Introduction to Empathy (ages 14-16)

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Empathy is the crucial leadership skill of the 21st century, allowing us to have a greater understanding of each other, increase our respect and appreciation and also navigate conflict with people no matter how different they are us. We at Empathy Week have created this ‘Introduction to Empathy’ assembly for all school ages to kick start students thinking around what empathy actually is and framed around the question - ‘How would you change the world?’. Empathy Week uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and this assembly is no different. Previously unseen footage from Empathy Week 2021 is included and features Habib, an Afghan refugee who claimed asylum in the UK - allowing students to see and hear a unique perspective on life. **How to use this resource? ** Download and use within form time or as a year group assembly and get your students to start thinking about developing this skill crucial for personal wellbeing and professional development at school. Want to develop empathy as a skill further in your school? Check out how you can below: More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Mental health/ Empathy - Pete's story (Ages 5-7)
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Mental health/ Empathy - Pete's story (Ages 5-7)

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Learn how Pete uses sport to help him maintain positive mental health, despite his Dad not being alive anymore. Experience the power of Empathy Week 2021 by downloading this resource for students aged 5-7. A film based resource specifically designed for schools, this is Pete’s story which focuses on key themes of grief, positive mental health, using sport for good, being resilient and more. Students and teachers watch the film either in class or in assembly and practice developing the skill of empathy as well as increasing awareness of their own emotions, thoughts and feelings. Please be aware that some students may be triggered by the content within the film - for example if a student has recently lost a parent. This resource contains: An assembly PowerPoint A teacher’s assembly plan A full lesson (with activities relating to the film) A teacher’s lesson plan More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 14-16)
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Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 14-16)

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Follow Pete’s journey of grief when his Dad takes his own life, and how sport is one mechanism which helps him remember his father, whilst also keeping him physically and mentally healthy. Experience the power of Empathy Week 2021 by downloading this resource for students aged 14-16. A film based resource specifically designed for schools, this is Pete’s story which focuses on key themes of suicide, grief, positive mental health, using sport for good, being resilient and more. Students and teachers watch the film either in class or in assembly and practice developing the skill of empathy as well as increasing awareness of their own emotions, thoughts and feelings. Please be aware that some students may be triggered by the content within the film - for example if a student has recently lost a parent, friend or relative to suicide. This resource contains the following for each age group An assembly PowerPoint A teacher’s assembly plan A full lesson (with activities relating to the film) A teacher’s lesson plan More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Mental health/ Empathy - Pete's story of Love, loss and grief (Ages 8-10)
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Mental health/ Empathy - Pete's story of Love, loss and grief (Ages 8-10)

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Learn how Pete uses sport as part of his grieving process when his Dad dies and how he works hard to keep both physically and mentally healthy. Experience the power of Empathy Week 2021 by downloading this resource for students aged 8-10. A film based resource specifically designed for schools, this is Pete’s story which focuses on key themes of grief, positive mental health, using sport for good, being resilient and more. Students and teachers watch the film either in class or in assembly and practice developing the skill of empathy as well as increasing awareness of their own emotions, thoughts and feelings. Please be aware that some students may be triggered by the content within the film - for example if a student has recently lost a parent. This resource contains: An assembly PowerPoint A teacher’s assembly plan A full lesson (with activities relating to the film) A teacher’s lesson plan More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 16+)
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Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 16+)

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Follow Pete’s journey of grief when his Dad takes his own life, and how sport is one mechanism which helps him remember his father, whilst also keeping him physically and mentally healthy. Experience the power of Empathy Week 2021 by downloading this resource for students aged 16+. A film based resource specifically designed for schools, this is Pete’s story which focuses on key themes of suicide, grief, positive mental health, using sport for good, being resilient and more. Students and teachers watch the film either in class or in assembly and practice developing the skill of empathy as well as increasing awareness of their own emotions, thoughts and feelings. Please be aware that some students may be triggered by the content within the film - for example if a student has recently lost a parent, friend or relative to suicide. This resource contains the following for each age group An assembly PowerPoint A teacher’s assembly plan A full lesson (with activities relating to the film) A teacher’s lesson plan More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 11-14)
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Mental health/ Empathy/ Suicide - Pete's story of love, loss and grief (Ages 11-14)

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Follow Pete’s journey of grief when his Dad takes his own life, and how sport is one mechanism which helps him remember his father, whilst also keeping him physically and mentally healthy. Experience the power of Empathy Week 2021 by downloading this resource for students aged 11-14. A film based resource specifically designed for schools, this is Pete’s story which focuses on key themes of suicide, grief, positive mental health, using sport for good, being resilient and more. Students and teachers watch the film either in class or in assembly and practice developing the skill of empathy as well as increasing awareness of their own emotions, thoughts and feelings. Please be aware that some students may be triggered by the content within the film - for example if a student has recently lost a parent, friend or relative to suicide. This resource contains the following: An assembly PowerPoint A teacher’s assembly plan A full lesson (with activities relating to the film) A teacher’s lesson plan More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
An Introduction to Empathy (Ages 8-11)
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An Introduction to Empathy (Ages 8-11)

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Empathy is the crucial leadership skill of the 21st century, allowing us to have a greater understanding of each other, increase our respect and appreciation and also navigate conflict with people no matter how different they are us. We at Empathy Week have created this ‘Introduction to Empathy’ assembly for all school ages to kick start students thinking around what empathy actually is and framed around the question - ‘How would you change the world?’. Empathy Week uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and this assembly is no different. Previously unseen footage from Empathy Week 2021 is included and features Habib, an Afghan refugee who claimed asylum in the UK - allowing students to see and hear a unique perspective on life. **How to use this resource? ** Download and use within form time or as a year group assembly and get your students to start thinking about developing this skill crucial for personal wellbeing and professional development at school. Want to develop empathy as a skill further in your school? Check out how you can below: More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
An Introduction to Empathy (Ages 11-13)
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An Introduction to Empathy (Ages 11-13)

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Empathy is the crucial leadership skill of the 21st century, allowing us to have a greater understanding of each other, increase our respect and appreciation and also navigate conflict with people no matter how different they are us. We at Empathy Week have created this ‘Introduction to Empathy’ assembly for all school ages to kick start students thinking around what empathy actually is and framed around the question - ‘How would you change the world?’. Empathy Week uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and this assembly is no different. Previously unseen footage from Empathy Week 2021 is included and features Habib, an Afghan refugee who claimed asylum in the UK - allowing students to see and hear a unique perspective on life. **How to use this resource? ** Download and use within form time or as a year group assembly and get your students to start thinking about developing this skill crucial for personal wellbeing and professional development at school. Want to develop empathy as a skill further in your school? Check out how you can below: More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
An introduction to Empathy (Ages 5-7)
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An introduction to Empathy (Ages 5-7)

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Empathy is the crucial leadership skill of the 21st century, allowing us to have a greater understanding of each other, increase our respect and appreciation and also navigate conflict with people no matter how different they are us. We at Empathy Week have created this ‘Introduction to Empathy’ assembly for all school ages to kick start students thinking around what empathy actually is and framed around the question - ‘How would you change the world?’. Empathy Week uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and this assembly is no different. Previously unseen footage from Empathy Week 2021 is included and features Habib, an Afghan refugee who claimed asylum in the UK - allowing students to see and hear a unique perspective on life. **How to use this resource? ** Download and use within form time or as a year group assembly and get your students to start thinking about developing this skill crucial for personal wellbeing and professional development at school. Want to develop empathy as a skill further in your school? Check out how you can below: More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
An Introduction to Empathy (ages 16+)
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An Introduction to Empathy (ages 16+)

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Empathy is the crucial leadership skill of the 21st century, allowing us to have a greater understanding of each other, increase our respect and appreciation and also navigate conflict with people no matter how different they are us. We at Empathy Week have created this ‘Introduction to Empathy’ assembly for all school ages to kick start students thinking around what empathy actually is and framed around the question - ‘How would you change the world?’. Empathy Week uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and this assembly is no different. Previously unseen footage from Empathy Week 2021 is included and features Habib, an Afghan refugee who claimed asylum in the UK - allowing students to see and hear a unique perspective on life. **How to use this resource? ** Download and use within form time or as a year group assembly and get your students to start thinking about developing this skill crucial for personal wellbeing and professional development at school. Want to develop empathy as a skill further in your school? Check out how you can below: More on Empathy Week Empathy Week is a global schools program that uses the power of film to develop the skill of empathy and leadership in every student each year. Over the past two years, the program has engaged 100,000 students in over 40 countries across 6 continents - our mission, to build an #EmpathyGeneration. Each year 5 human films are made and delivered through the programme. in 2022 the theme is ‘Passion and Purpose’ and focuses on 5 individuals from across the UK. Dami, Lipa, Kwasi, James and Courtney. Their stories are powerful insights into their lives and cover themes such as racism, the power of sport, immigration, resilience, leadership, having Downs Syndrome, gender equality, mental health and more. Crucially, our program is designed by qualified UK teachers, designed to fit around any timetable and curriculum constraints and offers a whole-school approach to developing empathy in the long term. Empathy Week links and registration Watch the 2022 Empathy Week Trailer here For more information please refer to our information pack and registration page: Download our 2022 Schools information pack here. Register your school here Please also see our FAQS here
Empathy Week 2022 - Register your school
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Empathy Week 2022 - Register your school

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Empathy Week is building the ‘Empathy Generation’. A global schools programme using the power of film to develop the skills of empathy and leadership in every student. Each year we produce 5 powerful films paired with fully differentiated and flexible lesson resources these vital social, emotional and life skills. As a whole-school approach, every student has the opportunity and is given the agency to change their world. Having engaged 100,000 students in just two years and across 6 continents and 40+ countries - this is the programme that can create a lasting effect on your students and teachers of your school. Empathy Week works with experienced empathy psychologists and scientists as well as a team that has experience inside the classroom and out. Allowing us to create a framework within the lessons that truly develops the skill of empathy. After the week students have the option to take part in a 5-6 week Empathy Action Project where they can work to tackle social issues on a local or global basis. The best projects can be submitted to be awarded the Global Empathy Award which takes place in June 2022 - confirmed judges for this event include - Gavin Dykes - Director World Education Forum and Ger Graus, Global Education Director for Kidzania. In 2022 Empathy Week is focusing on the theme of ‘Passion and Purpose’ with 5 amazing humans and their stories which touch on social themes that include but are not limited to bullying, mental health, Downs Syndrome, chasing your dream, immigration, self-belief, resilience, homelessness, being different, diversity, leadership, being a role model and more. Will you and your school help build the #EmpathyGeneration? Register your school now at www.empathy-week.com/register