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Children playing a clapping game

The Results Driven Structure

Half the group blindfolded and half cannot speak. Can they work together to re-create a tower?
group of teenagers having a discussion

Gender, Me and Us

This activity allows participants to analyse what sexism means to them. This activity will also get participants to think about solutions and possible reactions to challenging sexism.
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Group Drawing

Create a drawing from verbal and non verbal instructions
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White Poppy Wreaths

Make a white poppy wreath to mark Remembrance Day and remember all victims of war
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Never Again

group of teenagers having a discussion

Co-operative Volleyball

Play a ball game and have a discussion with your group about the usefulness or otherwise of rules
group of teenagers having a discussion

Creating an Emblem

Design a group emblem to represent shared values
arrow made of sticks

Map Symbols

See how your group would represent places on a map, then match with the real OS symbols
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Creating Contours

Use cardboard to create hills from a map using the contour lines.
group of teenagers having a discussion

Kim's Ingredients

Exploring sources of food and the meaning of Fairtrade
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Fireworks

Fireworks are great to look at but not so great for our environment. Can you make an alternative display?
group of teenagers having a discussion

Children's Alliance - Pioneers

This activity aims to introduce the UK government and how their lives and decisions they can make are influenced by the decisions made.

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