Find a resource, designed by leading education professionals, to help your students explore the world beyond their classroom.
Celebrate the Year of the Ox. Read a version of the traditional story of the New Year Race, create shadow puppets of the main characters and make a traditional Chinese lantern.
Learn how to greet a friend in Russian and start to decode its unfamiliar alphabet, find out about Russia’s exciting contribution to our understanding of space and make a balloon rocket.
Share the magic of Indonesia. Students will learn how to make shadow puppets and retell a traditional Indonesian story.
Deepen your knowledge of China. Discover the tale of the Rat wedding, choose the best ending and learn how to make puppets to retell the story.
This resource from the British Council and The Council for Arab-British Understanding (Caabu) will help you explore the impact of stereotypes and Islamophobia with your class.
This resource from the British Council and Caabu is designed to help teachers explore the Arab world with students aged 11 -16.
Download our pack designed for Language Assistants and other native speakers new to teaching languages in primary schools. It is also useful to schools hosting Language Assistants.
This Shakespeare Lives schools’ pack was created by the British Council in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016.
Make time for Mexico. Uncover the story of the worst woman in the world and make a “wanted” poster to help the police find her.
Learn about the Arabic language and culture. You’ll learn how to greet friends in Arabic and count to 10. Watch the webinars from the Welcome to the Arab World event.