don't give it, don't take it challenging sectarianism and religious intolerance an educational resource for teachers and youth workers

DescriptionLeafet for teachers about the anti-sectarianism education resource
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Website Publication DateApril 20, 2005

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    don't give it, don't take it

    challenging sectarianism and religious intolerance
    an educational resource for teachers and youth workers

    This document is also available in pdf format (68k)

    The Scottish Executive has developed an online resource to provide teachers and youth workers with practical materials that can be used to raise awareness of sectarianism and religious intolerance.

    The resource includes examples of current good practice as well as a broad range of class teaching and group work materials.

    Who is the resource for?

    Pre-school early years, primary and secondary-aged pupils.

    Where does it fit in the curriculum?

    The resource fits in the inclusion and equality agenda and is not another 'add-on' to the curriculum. Its primary aim is to promote anti-discrimination and it can be used flexibly across the curriculum and in promoting wider school objectives.

    The materials help develop skills for active citizenship and can be used in personal and social development (PSD) as well as subject areas including RME, social subjects and English.

    Access the Resource at: www.ltscotland.org.uk/antisectarian

    CHALLENGING SECTARIANISM AND RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE

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    What is available on the resource?

    The resource is a website - www.ltscotland.org.uk/antisectarian.

    CD copies are also available for working offline. Materials can be downloaded from the website and adapted to suit local needs or teaching styles. You will find a range of practical materials including:

    • class teaching and group work material
    • good practice examples from nursery, primary, secondary and youth work settings
    • background, legislation and historical information
    • drama lessons
    • games and quizzes
    • other resources
    • links

    Want to find out more?

    If you would like more information about the resource please contact:
    Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland
    (CERES) on
    ceresantisectarian@ed.ac.uk

    CERES developed the resource for the Executive.
    Contact Scottish Executive Education Department (SEED) on
    antisectarianism@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

    The website is hosted by Learning and Teaching Scotland www.ltscotland.org.uk
    www.ltscotland.org.uk/antisectarian