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Edward Colston 120 years ago, a statue of Edward Colston was erected in Bristol. Underneath there was an inscription: “Erected by citizens of Bristol as a memorial of one of the most virtuous and wise sons of their city.”  Colston was a wealthy man and he gave a lot of money away to build schools, hospitals and houses for t...

Ages: Ages 16-18 (KS5), Ages 14-16 (KS4), Ages 11-14 (KS3), Ages 7-11 (KS2)

Subjects: Ethics, Epistemology, Aesthetics

Themes: Politics, Justice, Black History Month, Art

Is it fair?

By Steve Hoggins This is inspired Morag and Berys Gaut’s book, Philosophy for Young Children. It also draws from ‘who gets what and why?’ by Anja Steinbauer in The Philosophy Shop. Resources 3 Puppets Scissors Circle of thin card or paper plate Themes This story can be a continuation of the He...

Ages: Ages 5-7 (KS1)

Subjects: Ethics

Themes: Storytelling, Sharing, Justice, Fairness

The Sindbad Stories: The Two Sindbads

The story There was once a man called Sindbad – Sindbad the porter, for he carried other people’s belongings on his back for a living. It was trying work and on this particular day he was feeling particularly sorry for himself as he carried a particularly heavy load. But then he stopped in his tracks at the sound of music floating...

Themes: Justice