Challenge your KS2 pupils to work as editors on animal action to produce exciting online magazines about the different issues surrounding pet ownership. A cross-curricular resource but with strong links to literacy, Animal action: Pet respect is highly flexible and comes with extensive guidance in the dedicated teachers’ section.
Developed in association with youth offending teams, Breaking the chain is a dynamic interactive resource that compels young people to consider what happens when people are cruel to animals. It helps them develop empathy, understand that actions have consequences and learn how to avoid animal cruelty.
Our free primary interactive resource for KS1 and 2 Animals and us is linked to the English and Welsh national curricula. It's a visually stimulating resource for interactive whiteboard or PC, that can be viewed in either English or Welsh.
Our free secondary science interactive resource Science, ethics and animals is linked to GCSE science. The Ethics court and Value of life activities (each available in both English and Welsh) are designed to stimulate ethical debate and scientific research, and aim to get students thinking about the way we interact with, value and use animals in our daily lives.