Learning Resources

Building on WCIA Education's longstanding work through CEWC (the Council for Education in World Citizenship), Wales for Peace between 2014 and 2019 are developing resources for schools - both in collaboration with education partners for the national curriculum keystages, as bespoke project materials under the key themes of Wales for Peace:  

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Peace Education - General Materials

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'Teach Peace' Pack

Teach Peace, a resource from the Peace Education Network, is a set of eight assemblies, follow-up activities, resources, and reflections on peace for primary and lower secondary schools, produced with Wales for Peace.

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Exploring Hidden Histories

This new resource from Wales for Peace supports school pupils to research stories of soldiers, peacebuilders and movements, to unearth and share new 'peace heritage' stories about your local community.

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World War One: Remembering for Peace

WCIA 'Remembering for Peace' WW1 Schools Pack

This WCIA pack on Hwb supports KS2 – KS4 learners in understanding the impact of WWI and subsequent wars on people in Wales and beyond; how we remember, and building a better world.

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Poppies Tour Learning Pack with 14-18NOW

Wave and Weeping Window: First World War Learning Resources for 9-13 years olds visiting the Poppies displays in Caernarfon (Autumn 2016) and Cardiff (Summer 2017)

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Belief and Action: Conscientious Objection to War

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'Voices of Conscience' - Objection to War in Wales

This series of short videos by Friends in Wales and Breaking Barriers Community Arts, explores the experiences of Welsh Conscientious Objectors through and after WW1 - and their relevance today.

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Conscience and Choice 

A critical thinking project for primary schools by Quaker Peace and Social Witness encouraging constructive reflection on WW1, while fostering skills and understanding required by the National Curriculum.

More                   The 'White Feather Diaries'

Peace Now and Future Generations

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Welsh Baccalaureate Projects

WCIA are producing project briefs, available via WJEC, for students to explore Wales' role in international cooperation, peaceful resolution of conflict and community cohesion. 

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Message of Peace & Goodwill

WCIA and the Urdd are working with young people to discover the history of Wales' Youth Message from 1922 to today, gather young people's views on peace now, and shape the message for future generations.  More

Schools Workshops, Events and CPD


'Peace Now' School Workshops

WCIA and CEWC can deliver a range of paid workshops, projects or sessional days in schools throughout Wales, as well as teacher training to make the most of our resources from Debating Competitions to 'Changemakers'. More

Young People Voicing Peace

WCIA are organising our 4th national 'Peace Schools' conference on 20 Sept 2017, to coincide with the 14-18NOW Poppies Weeping Window and “Women, War and Peace” Exhibitions in the Senedd. More

Young Peacemakers 2017

In Autumn 2017, WCIA will be celebrating young people who have contributed to peace in their school / community in a variety of ways, and showcasing their work across Wales.  More

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Peace Schools Scheme

One of the longer-term aims of the Wales for Peace project is to create a ‘Peace Schools Scheme’ for Wales. Would you like to be part of this journey? More

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