Resources on this website
We recommend that schools create an Action Plan of activities which will qualify towards the award. An action plan might look like this Sample School Action Plan Criteria: 1 CPD, 2 School activity, 3 Pupil activity, 4 Wider activity Criterion … Continue reading →
Coventry City Centre Peace Trail is a guide to a walking tour of 30 sites associated with peace in conveniently located within Coventry city centre and describes each of them. It begins with the ruins of St. Michael’s cathedral, blitzed … Continue reading →
In this video, Quaker Council for European Affairs looks at why peace education has to be a priority.Continue reading →
United Nations Association Coventry Branch offers this set of 10 word searches on peace and conflict in order to stimulate thought and discussion on what are the causes of conflict and how people can find peace. Download hereContinue reading →
This calendar, which shows annual days and events related to peace and reconciliation, was produced by Coventry Lord Mayor’s Committee for Peace and Reconciliation for those engaged in working towards the Coventry Peace Award. Click an event to see links … Continue reading →
The Peaceful Schools Movement in the UK is a network of schools, organisations and individuals. It is steered by the Peaceful Schools Strategy Group. We have developed the concept of a ‘Peaceful School’ which has four, inter-related levels of peace: Inner … Continue reading →
Peacemakers in Birmingham have been exploring many ways of educating for peace for 30 years, working with schools, pupil referral units, school consortia, local authorities, clubs, parks, committees, teams, collectives and groups of people regardless of age or anything else. … Continue reading →
Peacemakers offer support and training to build a peer mediation service in your school. Children are trained as mediators to help resolve conflicts on the playground. Peer Mediators Peer mediators are usually Yr 5 or 6 pupils who are trained … Continue reading →
The lead for the new Coventry Restorative Justice (RJ) service, Claire Elwell, is keen to engage with schools to offer RJ for issues within schools such as bullying, and also, to recruit RJ Ambassadors who, working with the Coventry RJ … Continue reading →
The Heart of England Rotary Clubs are running a competition for schools to design a Peace Garden and win a Peace Pole. The planting of Peace Poles was started in Japan as a grassroots project in 1976. They are an … Continue reading →
A School of Sanctuary is a school that is committed to being a safe and welcoming place for all, especially those seeking sanctuary. This could be people whose lives were in danger in their own country, who have troubles at … Continue reading →
Show Racism the Red Card is the UK’s leading anti-racism educational charity. They provide educational workshops, training sessions, multimedia packages, and a whole host of other resources, all with the purpose of tackling racism in society. Established in January 1996, … Continue reading →
The following ideas were raised during the launch of the Coventry Peace Awards on 11 February. They might be useful in planning peace activities in your school. What does peace in your school look like? Peace garden (new), Mindfulness (golden … Continue reading →
A presentation designed for secondary schools. Includes an introduction to the United Nations and information about how the UN promotes peace. Produced by United Nations Association Coventry Branch. United Nations Peace Presentation from Philip BrownContinue reading →
A database of resources for teachers and others was created on the Coventry City of Peace website by a working group of the Schools Peace & Justice Forum.
Click here for a list in alphabetical order, divided into Primary, Secondary and Further/Higher Education.
For breakdowns of the resources by category, please see:
There is a tag cloud showing all categories here.
If you have any suggestions of resources we should add, please use comments box below. Thank you