A teaching resource exploring Robert Owen’s world, and the enduring importance of his ideas in the twenty-first century has been produced by the Co-operative College in partnership with the Enterprise Network.
Just Change tea is a refreshingly fair cuppa and an inspiring example of fair trade and global solidarity. You can buy Just Change tea to sell in your school and there are free teaching resources available too.
Footfall, a free Facebook and iOS game commissioned by Channel 4 Education, aims to introduce 14-19 year olds to entrepreneurship and financial literacy, demonstrating the social, environmental and financial impact of decisions made when running a small start-up business.
Hands-on role play game Co-opville is now available to download! Co-opville simulates the experience of what it’s like to be part of the co-operative business world and is ideal for giving 10-16 year olds an insight into the co-operative values and principles in business situations.
Is your Young Co-operative looking for ways to celebrate 2012, the International Year of Co-operatives? Look no further than our 2012 ideas and activities brochure, which contains 12 big activities and 20 small ideas for celebrating and sharing just what it is that makes co-operatives unique.
The Pioneers magical mystery game is a giant board game which helps players find out about the story of the Rochdale Pioneers.
This small booklet was produced as a souvenir from the Meet the Pioneers Day, an event aiming to introduce primary students in Rochdale to the story of their prominent ancestors.
The Co-operative has launched a cool new iPhone app as part of its Plan Bee campaign.
A film produced by a women's enterprise organisation in collaboration with Just Change explores the links between groups of women in the UK and tea producers India, including what they have in common - enjoyment of a good cup of tea!
Watch the film at http://youtu.be/7CG66XGR03o.
Youth Amplified aims to provide attractive, accessible and exciting educational resources to help young people between the ages of 11 and 18 improve their speaking skills and overcome the lack of confidence which prevents so many from expressing their ideas and opinions and engaging fully in their communities, schools and workplaces. The resources have now been launched on the Youth Amplified website at www.youthamplified.com.