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10 January, 2007

Primary Teachers wanted to test an exciting new resource

The Citizenship Foundation is trialling an exciting new primary resource to be launched in April 2007 and is looking for teachers to take part in a testing day in Central London on Wednesday 14th February 2007.

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Go-Givers seeks to develop an understanding and lifelong commitment to giving

The ‘Go-Givers’ project is a three-part website containing sections for teachers, parents and primary agechildren. The Teachers’ Section will provide exciting free Citizenship learning resources. Teachers can download modules of work which are fully referenced to the Guidelines for PSHE and Citizenship, and the National Curriculum. The modules, which can be used for whole class teaching or assemblies, contain thought-provoking presentations for use on the interactive whiteboard; teachers’ notes; and children’s activities linked to literacy and other curriculum areas.

Feedback received from participants will help to ensure that the website, which will support Citizenship in primary schools, is intuitive and user-friendly for teachers.

The Citizenship Foundation is offering:

• up to £175 for supply cover;

• reimbursement of travel expenses;

• lunch for all participants and refreshments throughout the day;

• the opportunity to directly influence the development of a new and innovative learning resource.

Go Givers seeks to develop an understanding and lifelong commitment to giving, in all its forms, whilst enhancing the citizenship skills of communication, and participation in the local, national and global communities.

Places at the seminar are limited, to apply contact info@gogiverstest.org or call Liz Griffiths on 0207 566 5037

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