Who do we think we are?

Posted on May 20, 2008 by Amy Tolmie
Categories: Primary, Secondary,


The project follows the recent Curriculum Review on Diversity and Citizenship, undertaken by Sir Keith Ajegbo, which recommended that all schools participate in a high profile, national event - titled Who do we think we are?

The website has a wide range of teaching and learning resources to support identity, diversity and citizenship education - structured around four Who do we think we are? themes:

* School and community
* Relationships, belonging and faith
* History and settlement
* 'Britishness', national identity/values and the 2012 Games

The youth pages ask questions such as:

Have you ever asked yourself questions like: "What makes me who I am? What is my identity? What makes me, unique?
These questions are about IDENTITY. If you've never thought about your identity in this way before use the features of this page to start exploring now."

This is a good one to chat to the head of citizenship/PHSE/PHSCE about. Find out if they know about it, and how you might be able to support them or have some input.