Teaching resources

Resources for teachers to use in the classroom. 

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Black History Month resources

October is Black History Month, a time to recognise and celebrate the invaluable contributions of Black people in the UK and around the world.

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Windrush education

Windrush Day marks the day SS Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks in Essex in 1948.

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Climate change

Climate change is real and is threatening our future. It is our young generations that will lose the most if it is not addressed now.

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Breaking the Mould

The NEU worked with five primary schools over two years to consider how ‘traditional’ gender stereotypes could be challenged in nursery and primary classrooms.

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The Full Story

How books for early years and primary age children can be used to promote disability inclusion.

Welcoming refugee chilren

Welcoming refugee children

Find out more about the experiences of refugee children in UK schools and how they make new connections in their communities.

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Tackling antisemitism

Antisemitism is racism against Jewish people. Like other forms of racism, it is on the rise and needs to be tackled.

 Mary Macarthur speaking to a crowd during the 1910 Cradley Heath women chainmakers' strike

Women Chainmakers

If ever there was a moment in time to evaluate the progress made towards gender equality, that moment is now.

Advice from the NEU Israel Palestine issues for schools

Israel/Palestine: Issues for schools

This advice aims to support members to deal with the reactions of pupils and the wider community to the Israel/Palestine conflict. This guidance was reissued in October 2023.

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Turning the page on poverty

A practical guide for members to develop individual practice and tackle the impact of poverty on pupil learning throughout the school day.

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AGENDA teachers resource

AGENDA is an online resource for educators who want to empower children (age 7-18) to make positive relationships matter in their schools and communities.

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