The following websites provide information about some of the topics you will study within PSHE at Ivy Bank. Below each address is a brief review of each one and what it contains.

Amnesty International
Human Rights Education.
99 Roseberry Ave
London EC1R 4RE 
Tel. 02078146200
www.amnesty.org.uk        
Citizenship Foundation
Resources for all ages, research,
information, training, national,
mock trial and youth parliament
competitions - all aspects of
citizenship, including law-related
and moral education.
Ferroners House, Shaftesbury Place,
off Aldersgate Street,
London EC2 8AA 
Tel: 020 7367 0500
www.citfou.org.uk
Community Service Volunteers
Active learning in the school and
local community. Training and 
materials, Awards schemes.
237 Pentonville Road,
London N1 9NJ 
Tel. 020 7278 6601
www.csv.org.uk        
Friends of the Earth
Educational resources designed to
help young people develop an
understanding of the environment 
and support active citizenship for
both formal and informal education
sectors.
26 Underwood St,
London
N1 7JO Tel.
02074901555
www.foe.co.uk          
Kick It Out 
Campaign to eradicate racism in 
football in partnership with
national, local, professional and
amateur groups
Business Design Centre,
52 Upper Street,
London N1 OQH 
Tel. 0207288 6012 
www.kickitout.org 
Parliamentary Education Unit
Information for students and 
teachers about the work of 
Parliament. 
Room 604, Norman Shaw Buildings (N)
London SW1A 2TT
Tel. 020 7219 2105
www.explore.parliament.uk 
Britkid
Lively. Original. Aimed at young
people whose home or school is
not in an ethnically mixed area.
About race, racism and life.
Interactive. Features a group of
9 young British people with
different backgrounds living in
"Britchester". User chooses who
to meet and is introduced to 
their home, friends, life,
religion. Author (Chris Gaine)
discusses dilemmas re. 
stereotyping, language 
www.britkid.org 
Children's Express 
Works with young people 8 -18, 
interested in journalism & issues.
The news agency produces news and
comment by children, for everyone.
Recent stories e.g. fathers in 
prison
www.childrens-express.org/        
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