Teaching Resources - innovation and up cycling and family history for primary schools

Free education resources

I have written two education publications which are available to download here.

The content reflects my passions for creativity, innovation and history.

Young innovator’s - Use it or Lose it

A toolkit for ages 13+ in schools or colleges.

A project for the Manchester Development Education Project and developed with Stitched Up with a grant from the Community Waste Fund.

The resource covers:

  1. Why upcycling
  2. Introducing the idea
  3. Role models
  4. Upcycling workshop
  5. Market research
  6. Online inspiration
  7. Where can you sell (or buy) upcycled products

Everyday Heroes and Heroines: family history for primary schools

A project for the Development Education Project developed with Kerry Bertram a community artist, filmed by Reel Mcr with a grant from the Heritage Lottery. Resources were provided by Colin McInnes from the Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society.

It covers:

  1. Project partners
  2. Introducing history
  3. Fame and historical significance
  4. Heroes and Heroines
  5. Family history
  6. People, Place and Stories through art
  7. Resources

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