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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, or watch a video below.

Rainforest Ecuador - Primary Teachers' Resources

Stories of life in the rainforest today

What's it like to live in the Amazon?

Children at school in Ecuador share their 'jungle playground' and take us on the school canoe.

But they also talk about the changes which threaten the rainforest.

It's not a simple story... Read more

Rainforest Ecuador - Secondary Teachers' Resources

Young people's rainforest stories

Life in the Amazon is changing fast and the forest is threatened by road building, oil and logging.

But it's not a simple story and some young people welcome the changes.

Lizbeth, Henry and Jefferson share their stories about the competition between development and the environment. Read more

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