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    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Chicken Soup

    In this lesson pupils will read a tale adapted from Jewish folklore that explores the theme of sharing. Pupils will reflect on the behaviour of the characters and consider how…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Economic Cycles

    This free classroom resource explores what economic cycles are and how they impact our lives. Aimed at KS4 and...

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, Sustainability and the Environment, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    How Should We Farm?

    In this lesson pupils will learn about different farming methods.  They will consider the advantages and disadvantages of these methods and learn how to identify labels that indicate how food…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Money – Wants and Needs

    In this lesson pupils will consider the difference between wants and needs and discuss how our wants and needs can influence how we spend money. Pupils learn that money comes…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    The Golden Statue

    In this lesson pupils will read an adapted version of a Buddhist legend that encourages them to reflect on how the generosity with which a gift is given is more…

    Lessons, Politics and Democracy, KS5 (ages 16-18)

    The Government and the Economy

    During this lesson students examine the role of national government in relation to taxation and public spending. The lesson...

    Lessons, Social action/Active Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Using Technology for Good

    In this lesson pupils will consider the multiple uses of technology and how technology can be used to solve problems. Pupils will be introduced to the example of Trevor Baylis,…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, Social action/Active Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    What is Philanthropy?

    In this lesson pupils will learn about the meaning of the word philanthropy through looking at real life examples. They will consider why philanthropy is important and what motivates philanthropists.

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Who’s Really Paying for COVID?

    Young people are, and will continue to be, some of the most impacted by COVID. However their voices have...

    Lessons, Community, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Why do we Pay Taxes?

    During this lesson pupils will learn that public services are largely funded through the payment of taxes to the government. Pupils will learn that taxes are paid on income as…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, Politics and Democracy, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Why do we Pay Taxes? Part 2

    During this lesson pupils will learn that councils are responsible for local spending decisions and can raise additional funds for public services through council taxes. Pupils will survey residents in…

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