Go-Givers: growing a generation of caring, concerned citizens (KS1-3)

Our SMSC resources website, ‘Go-Givers’, helps primary-school children become caring, concerned citizens. It enables children to grasp the issues facing society and provides them with the skills and aptitudes to confront and overcome inequality. It also gives them the skills and confidence to make a positive contribution to their communities.

Visit the Go-Givers programme

The online platform offers schools 200+ cross-curricular lessons and assembly plans linked to PSHE and Citizenship, to develop children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural learning (SMSC). We help them build character, explore British values and learn about how our society works so they can play their full part in it.

There is a range of subscription levels allowing even the smallest schools and budgets to benefit. Members also gain from curriculum-planning, assessment and positive pupil behaviour tools, remote support and whole staff CPD training offers, and much more.

The online content is supported by a dedicated team of experienced teachers and educators. They are on-hand to ensure your school fully utilises the website to enrich your curriculum and improve your SMSC provision.

All at Sea: A story of fairness and the rule of law; a supplement to 'Talking about values in the classroom'. (KS2)

This teaching unit by citizenship education pioneer Don Rowe accompanies 'Talking about values in the classroom', which introduces teachers to this method of developing students' skills of thinking and talking about moral issues (although it can be used on its own).

Schools are now expected to promote 'character' and 'British values', so teachers should find this a very welcome addition to their toolkit.

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