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Teachers

Our specialist support and training helps schools deliver the best citizenship education they can. We help them with the curriculum and whole-school strategies such as for British values and SMSC.

Training in London, 9 November: 'From principle to practice: delivering SMSC and British values in the secondary classroom'.

Lawyers in Schools - a school session

We help teachers to help young people make informed decisions, take responsible action in their lives and communities, and shape the world around them.

This is citizenship education. It covers all aspects of civic life, from law and the legal system to economics and political decision-making. Students learn about the systems that govern them. They grapple complex controversial issues and human rights dilemmas.

Our programmes support the school curriculum, and contribute to a positive and energising school environment. The students mature as members of the school community and develop life skills that few curriculum subjects offer.

Resources

More than 80 per cent of UK secondary schools have accessed our Teaching resources, which include the long-running Young Citizen's Passport, our guide to running a mock trial and our guides to talking about values and controversial issues.

Training

We run training days on citizenship education for both primary and secondary schools, SMSC, character and British values, and are available to come to your school.

Our primary training is delivered by experts from our hugely popular Go-Givers programme.