Here you will find our education resources to help raise awareness of the Srebrenica genocide and to promote lessons to be learned for future generations.
Our resources include a comprehensive set of lesson plans to be used across Personal, Social, Health, and Economic (PSHE) education developed jointly between Remembering Srebrenica and the leading experts at the PSHE Association.
We have also developed lesson plans and activities to be used across the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence. Teachers in Scotland can use these, for example, within Social Studies, Religious and Moral Education, Health and Wellbeing and Personal and Social education.
In addition, we have developed full school assembly aides which can be used at any time throughout the year, but are particularly suitable to assemblies, lessons and lectures around the time of the EU-wide Srebrenica Memorial Day on 11 July.
PSHE programme of Study for Srebrenica
Also available for the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence and in Welsh Language
Contains a 6-lesson programme aimed at year 9 +. The lessons cover:
- Understanding Genocide
- How are we different, how are we the same?
- Us and them: When differences become more important than similarities
- Being a critical consumer of information
- Being independent or going with the crowd
- Building a cohesive community
*New for 2017* Whole School Assembly Pack – Secondary
Assembly plan and PowerPoint presentation ideal for Memorial week 2017
*New for 2017* 10 Stages of Genocide Workshop
Lesson plan and slides for 1 hour 10 Stages of Genocide workshop, discussing the behaviours that occur in a society before a genocide is carried out.
Primary Education Similarities and Differences Workshops
Contains age-appropriate workshops for KS1, Lower KS2 and upper KS2. These workshops focus on the lessons that can be learnt from Srebrenica – the importance and value of diversity within our community.
*New for 2017* Whole School Assembly Pack – Primary
Assembly plan for use in Memorial week 2017 – Based on the story Gleam and Glow by Eve Bunting, this assembly tells the story of Viktor, a young Bosnian boy forced to leave his home during the war. The assembly looks at the concept of difference within our community, encouraging children to embrace diversity.
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