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Publications and artefact boxes

How can I get hold of the resources

The RADE Centre offers free delivery to Hampshire schools via the Courier Service. Portsmouth and Southampton schools will need to arrange local collection. Please telephone before returning/collecting resources and make specific appointments if you require support from staff.

Note:  Sales and loans to non-subscribing schools are charged an additional fee per item. All loans to subscribers are free of charge.

Artefact boxes available, we also offer bespoke boxes:

  • African animals
  • Art – African art
  • Art – Aboriginal art
  • Art – Patterns
  • Bags and purses
  • Chinese New Year
  • Christmas around the world – Key Stage 1
  • Christmas around the world – Key Stage 2
  • Cooking utensils
  • Countries – Bangladesh
  • Countries – China
  • Countries – India
  • Countries – Japan
  • Countries – Kenya
  • Countries – Mexico
  • Countries – Modern Egypyt
  • Countries – Pakistan
  • Countries – Poland
  • Hats
  • Homes
  • Masks
  • New journeys and changing identity
  • North American Indian resource box
  • Ourselves and identity Year 3
  • Puppets
  • Recycled materials
  • Shoes
  • Toys from around the world
 

Coming unstuck: Teaching about racism with 10 to 11-year-olds (Ref: RADE001)

A comprehensive programme of rights, respect and responsibilities/citizenship education for tackling the different issues surrounding race and racism. It contains a range of pupil activities, plus clear teacher guidance.

Subscribing schools £30 and non-subscribing schools £65.

 

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) conceptual tree (Ref: RADE002)

UNCRC conceptual tree

Minnie Moore, Teacher Adviser from the RADE Centre has developed a conceptual tree in order to illustrate that the UNCRC is at the core of everything we do as it is rooted within a global heritage and framework.

The roots of the tree are the four main drivers – survival, development, protection and participation which are rooted firmly within the globe. The trunk of the tree is the UNCRC and the branches are the articles of the convention leading from it. The leaves may vary from school to school and change depending on priorities and therefore may fall to the ground at different times and feed the tree. However, the core will not change and always be at the heart of what we do with the best interests of the child (Article 3).

An interactive electronic version of the tree is available for schools to use to develop their own bespoke RRE model.

Subscribing schools £10 and non-subscribing schools £45.

 
 

Ordering resources

To order publications and artefact boxes please complete the online order form. Please send us an internal trading document/purchase order to confirm your request within 10 working days or we will be unable to complete your order.

Hampshire County Council schools – please forward a copy of the completed online form to your finance officer who will need to send us an internal trading document. Send the internal trading document to email: rade.centre@hants.gov.uk.

Please note you will need the title and reference number of the publication to complete the order form.

RADE Centre online order form