Resources for Children, Young People and Educators

Peace Museum Publications 

Sport, Courage, Peace and Friendship (Second Edition)

Stories and resources for children and young people, lesson plans, assessment guidance, and ideas for educators; Olympics and sport, focus on the Olympic and Paralympic values, identity and belonging (also useful for teaching about peace and the First and Second World War). Cross-curricular and cross-phase. Stories include Jesse Owens and Luz Long (A Leap for Friendship) , the Christmas truce of 1914 (Football for Christmas), Walter Tull and lots of modern sporting and Olympic and Paralympic stories. Cross referenced to the National Curriculum and SMSC. Useful for 2012 and beyond, 80 page equivalent. Price £12.50 a copy + £2.00 pp

Playing for Peace

CD of the panels from the Playing for Peace exhibition, for use in schools and the community. 24 panels looking at peace, diversity, equality, sport and the Olympics. Compliments Sport, Courage, Peace and  Friendship. Panels produced by Coventry University. Price £7.00 +  £1.00 pp

The Peace Challenge

A story resource with a local – but also national and international – flavour. Key questions and bite sized information for children. Stories include the Peace Tree, William Forster, Richard Oastler, Margaret McMillan, Miriam Lord, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Kenneth and David Hockney. Mind map, possible, activities, objectives and suggested assessment strategies for educators. Cross referenced to the National Curriculum and SMSC. Creative and cross-curricular resource that promotes active citizenship.  36 pages. Produced with the support of Soroptimists International (Bingley).  

Peace Not Prejudice Poster Pack

Ten A3 posters of the Museum’s Bradford Room’s Peace Not Prejudice exhibition panels, in a durable folder, for use and display in the classroom; each poster has a QR code which links to an on-line research tool and information. Focus diversity, identity, local challenges, achievement; peace and cohesion through action. £10.00 + £2.00 pp (available May 2012)

The Story of A Young Girl

The Story of a Young Girl looks at student voice, power and action, using the story of Kokeshi-no-kai and Sadako Sasaki, to look at issues of importance to children in post-war Hiroshima and now in the 21st century. It asks children to consider the question “What story will you tell?” Posters, story and activity plans. All publications unless otherwise stated, written and designed by Diane Hadwen and Ben Chalcraft; produced by the Innovation and Cohesion Works ([email protected]) for the Peace Museum UK. All may be purchased at the Peace Museum or ordered by email via  [email protected]  .  Telephone 01274 – 780241

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