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New teaching resources based on data from Young Lives, an international study of childhood poverty, have been created in association with Oxfam Education.

More or less equal new teaching resources based on young lives data

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With separate sessions in Geography, Maths and English, More or Less Equal? can be used in both a subject-specific and cross-curricular way.

The resources include a wide range of participatory activities to engage learners (age 11 to 16) with the wider world and help them make links between the local and the global. In all subject areas, learners will explore how inequality and poverty affect the lives of children in different parts of the world, including the UK.

Read more on the Young Lives website (opens in a new window)