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Poverty Guide (KS 1)

Poverty Guide (KS 1)

Overview

Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunity. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city. At each key stage, we have used the National Curriculum, providing links and examples of how poverty and its impact can be delivered through a range of subjects or as bespoke lessons as part of the inspire and explore steps of Youth Social Action.
 
This guide on poverty is divided into the following sections:

  1. Section 1: Using the 5-Step Process
  2. Section 2: Delivering Youth Social Action
  3. Section 3: Project Planning Process
  4. Section 4: Curriculum Integration Map
  5. Section 5: Background Reading
  6. Section 6: Teaching Poverty
Key Stage: KS 1
Social Issue: Poverty
YSA Step: Inspire, Explore
Resource type: Curriculum Guide
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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