Pupils will watch a video to learn about Female Food Heroes in Tanzania. Activities will develop pupils reading and writing skills and encourage creativity.
Learn about the importance of female farmers in Tanzania.
Sharon Corr is an Irish singer who is well known for her charity work with Oxfam, an NGO supported by the government of Ireland.
See how women have always made a difference…everywhere (adapted from unwomen.org)
Colour in the pictures representing Equality
Make some Toilet Paper Roll People. Give your toilet roll person a job from the ‘From Where I Stand survey’
Ask your parents or grandparents about how life has changed for boys/men and girls/women in their lifetimes.
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English Language: Reading (understanding, exploring and using); Writing (exploring and using)
Gaeilge Language: Léitheoireacht (Tuiscint; Fiosrú agus úsáid)
Geography: Human Environments (People living and working in local areas; People and other Lands);
SPHE: Myself and others; Myself and the wider world
Visual Arts: Drawing