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SCHOOLS WORLD SERVICE

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

Every month Primary and Secondary school resources including films and reports will be available for teachers to engage their students in international current affairs.



NEW-BLACK POWER SALUTE (USA)

The 1968 Mexico Olympics contrasts with life today in Oakland California. Resources for primary and secondary schools.

Tommie Smith pictured next to his statue




- STORIES OF MOUNT ELGON (Kenya)
Reports on barefoot journeys to school and issues affecting girls. Resources for primary and secondary schools.
Children's bare feet


CHILDREN OF THE JAPANESE TSUNAMI
Find out what life is like for after the devastating tsunami with resources for primary and secondary schools
living in a tent


EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION
Learn about the revolution from a child's perspective with resources for primary and secondary schools
Egyptian women in Tahrir Square



JEMMA'S SPECIAL JOURNEY
Join Jemma as she embarks on her trip to the Special Olympics with resources for primary and secondary schools
Jemma competes on the beam



LIFE IN THE RAINFOREST
Find out what it is like to grow up in the Amazon with resources for primary and secondary schools
Children in Ecuador




Schools World Service is a BBC British Council co-production


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