Every year, hard working teachers and educators across the world plan fantastic activities to celebrate Refugee Week to help children and young people develop a greater understanding and compassion towards refugee experiences that their students can carry into their adult lives.
There are lots of ways schools and educators have taken part, from holding assemblies to dedicated lessons, to creative activities or even launching longer-term projects.
The pack below has a range of activity ideas and resources for children of all ages that can be explored at school, home or community settings. There is also a range of family-friendly events taking place around the country. Find out what’s near you on What’s On. [Click on the sides of the presentation to view the pack. If you are on a mobile, flip your phone on it’s side for best viewing]
Refugee Week 2023: Children & Young People by Refugee Week
This social media tool kit has lots of helpful text, images and videos to help you spread awareness of Refugee Week and promote your own activities. [Click on the sides of the presentation to view the pack. If you are on a mobile, flip your phone on it’s side for best viewing]
Social Media Pack by Refugee Week