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Annual Review
Year ending 30 September 2002

Publications

Young Citizen's Passport
Changing Places
Understanding Citizenship
Citizenship Studies
Money Money Money
Your Rights and Responsibilities

It is essential to offer practical ways of rasing the quality of teaching and learning in citizenship.

Young Citizen’s Passport

The Citizenship edition of our best-selling guide to the law for young people was launched in March at the House of Lords by Cherie Booth QC and students from Thorpe St Andrew School, Norfolk. Thanks to support from the Human Rights Unit and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, we were able to undertake another mass distribution to schools: 30 free copies were sent to all mainstream state secondary schools and sixth form colleges – over 125,000 books.

This year, the Passport spawned equivalents in Serbia and Poland, and we worked with Common Purpose to develop The Law & You, an updated, all-age, online version of our earlier Passport 50-plus.

Changing Places

Based on research conducted for the Gordon Cook Foundation about young people and community action, this pocket-size, colourful book brings together case studies of youth-led projects with useful tips on how to undertake similar challenges.

“It would be a rare young person indeed who read this book and didn’t end up both enthused and better equipped to take a more active role in their community.” —Third Sector

Understanding Citizenship

Books 1 and 2 of this complete Key Stage 3 citizenship course were published in 2002, with the final pupil book and teachers’ pack to follow.

“A well-produced series that focuses on the key issues.” —Times Educational Supplement

Citizenship Studies

This comprehensive textbook, published during the year, fully meets the specification of the OCR Citizenship GCSE, and will be supported by a teachers’ book.

“Students should enjoy using this course.” —Times Educational Supplement

Money Money Money

This set of five leaflets and supporting website, produced with support from Deutsche Bank, provide a colourful and accessible introduction to the basic essentials of finance for 14-19 year olds, covering topics from benefits to budgeting.

Your Rights and Responsibilities

In 2001/2002 we produced this two-volume set for Key Stage 3 & 4, based on our first two textbook series about the role of the law in the society: Understand the Law and Living with the Law.

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