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World Class and the British Council bring topical international stories to schools everywhere through the Schools World Service

Resources for primary and for secondary school teachers. Read an article, watch a video or listen to a recording below.

Egyptian Revolution - Primary Teachers' Resources

Children tell their stories of the revolution. Includes archive footage of the demonstrations and some images of violence

Hazem, aged 10, shares his story of the protests and revolution.

"We came to the square to demand our rights and an end to the Mubarak regime.

I came with my family and met my school friends here.

We stayed all day - from early in the morning until late at night." Read more

Listen to the children's stories here.

Egyptian Revolution - Secondary Teachers' Resources

Find out about the revolution from Egyptian young people. Includes footage of the protests and some images of violence.

Salma, aged 14, and her class mates share their stories of the protests and revolution.

"I was in Tahrir Square during the demonstrations with my family.

My father is a doctor and during the protests he went to the field hospital in the square and treated the injured protestors." Read more

Listen to the children's stories here.

Assembly - Find out about the Revolution and growing up in Egypt from two young activists. Resources include a video and discussion prompts.

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