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Football and Freedom Education Pack
This learning pack is designed for teachers to use children’s interest in the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa to explore South Africa’s history, culture and context.
It is packed with activities aimed at 9-14 year olds which address many elements of the National Curriculum.
Football fan culture, carbon footprints and issues of equal opportunity, discrimination and human rights are covered. Football and Freedom also encourages schools to develop a longer term interest in South Africa through twinning.
National Union of Teachers (NUT), Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) and others
Esport i Ciutadania
A series of activities for primary and secondary pupils involving written and oral expression to promote positive sporting values like tolerance, equality and cooperation. Most of the activities use examples from the Olympic Games. Race and gender equality are featured in the ‘Humanity’ section. The site stresses the importance of input from teachers. It includes video clips, online games and group exercises. Available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French and Portugese.
Fundació FC Barcelona
Pioneers, Past Masters & Future Challenges
Ideas for educational activities
An education pack that accompanies the 'Pioneers, Past Masters & Future Challenges' exhibition about diversity in football. The exhibition can be bought from Kick It Out for £50 or borrowed from Football Unites, Racism Divides.
Kick It Out
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