Refugee Week 2017: Schools Resources

Holding a Refugee Week event in your school or college? There is a wealth of resources out there to help young people at all key stages explore refugee issues in creative ways. Below are our top picks for 2017.

If you’ve got a new resource you’d like us to add, email emily@counterpointsarts.org.uk. To browse resources from previous years, visit our Educational Resources section, and if you’re still stuck for inspiration, have a look at what schools got up to during last year’s Refugee Week in this Storify blog post.

 


Song: One World To Share by Grumpy Sheep music

Especially written for Refugee Week by Grumpy Sheep, primary school pupils will love this thoughtful yet upbeat song. Click here to download the backing track.

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Song: Music Action International and British Red Cross present Everyday People

Written especially for Refugee Week 2017 by young musicians with experience of displacement, this song is an opportunity for older children to learn some words in different languages, as well learning about refugee experiences through its accompanying resource. Coming soon.

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British Red Cross Refugee Week 2017 Classroom Resources

 

Coming soon

 

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