Download your 11 page kindness pack to help children ages 5-14 learn about the power of kindness. The pack can be printed off and can help support with home-learning.
The pack encourages children to do small acts of kindness each day to help their community, family and themselves. Kindness can help us to cope with challenges and change.
The free pack includes:
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They offer a range of curriculum-linked resources which relate to the work the Red Cross does around the world.
Click on the topic below to see their resources.
A range of free digital sessions
We have a variety of digital sessions for learners in the classroom, youth groups and those learning from home, to suit learners aged between 10-19.
All of our digital sessions can be run for a group online via a platform like Zoom or Teams or for an entire group meeting physically whereby a Red Cross educator can be streamed to the front of the group.
A digital workshop where you will learn essential first aid skills. We will introduce you to the work that we do in the UK, help you to build the confidence and willingness to help someone in an emergency, using everyday objects that you have around you. We also show you where to get support if you have an injury or illness.
A digital workshop to learn more about the people in your community. We’ll look at the different reasons people leave home, help you to develop empathy about migrants' motives for moving and understand the obstacles they face in their new homes. We can help you to challenge assumptions about migrants, asylum seekers and refugees as well as develop mutual respect and understanding of your community by using stories to build empathy.
In March 2020, we were told stay home, and life as we knew it changed. This had a significant impact on all of us, particularly young people. This workshop takes young people on a journey of reflection - thinking on the things that have happened, how we coped and how can we prepare for the future.
Anyone can experience feelings of loneliness, especially now. This workshop teaches young people what loneliness means and explores how loneliness can be experienced even in a crowded room. We encourage learners to use creative activities, such as telling or writing stories, to overcome loneliness in themselves as well as reaching out to others who might be feeling lonely. The young people will explore strategies to reduce loneliness, including talking to a trusted adult of friend, or joining clubs to increase and strengthen friendships.
Book now by emailing RedCrossEducation@redcross.org.uk or by calling 07545926568 / 07834529083.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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