Refugee Week posters - Colourful posters with facts and questions about refugees and asylum seekers.
A set of highly-rated posters for Refugee Week. Originally made for KS2, but might be useful for other age groups #RefugeeWeek
Children's books abt refugees #globaled #kidlit
Host a 'Freedom Stories' screening in Refugee Week and share these thoughtful stories of former ‘boat people’ who are now contributing to Australia. Refugee Week June 19-26
Refugees and asylum seekers: Time To Flee activity - Get pupils to reflect and answer questions about how they would feel if they were a refugee.
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Refugee Week - The Refugee Crisis Activity Pack (KS2/KS3)
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Asylum seekers: facts, myths, definitions and explanations. Use this informative PowerPoint presentation to plan your lessons and assemblies for World Refugee Week 2013.
To mark Refugee Week, Jon Walter, author of refugee fable Close to the Wind, picks his favourite books about being ‘a stranger in a strange land’, from Paddington Bear to Arthur Dent