Schools’ Resource Pack

Inspired by the oral history interviews captured as part of this project, a resource pack consisting of 13 lesson plans has been created and are available to download on this website. Aimed at key stage 2 (year 5 and 6) teachers and their students, the resources cover an array of subjects and themes, from understanding disability and empathy, through to campaign writing and building resilience.

The resources have been created by Dr Paty Paliokosta and Y2 Student teachers (BA Hons Primary with QTS) at Kingston University. A full introduction to the resource can be found here (NB. clicking Read online will open the document in a new tab):

» Fighting For Our Rights: School Resource Introduction Read online Download PDF

The full series of resources, covering Art, English, History and Drama amongst other subjects, are available below. We hope you enjoy using them and that your students are inspired by the incredible stories of the disability rights activists from Kingston.

» FFR1 PSHE: Understanding Disability Read online Download PDF
» FFR2 English: Developing Empathy Skills Read online Download PDF
» FFR3 Drama: In the shoes of … Read online Download PDF
» FFR4 ICT: Researching Disability & Inclusion Campaigns using the Internet Read online Download PDF
» FFR5 English: Writing a Speech Campaign Read online Download PDF
» FFR6 Drama: Enacting a Campaign Read online Download PDF
» FFR7 Drama: Disability in the Community Read online Download PDF
» FFR8 History: Independant Living Scheme and its importance in the community Read online Download PDF
» FFR9 English: Writing a superhero story with a disabled character Read online Download PDF
» FFR10 English: Exploring the ethos of viewing mental health Read online Download PDF
» FFR11 History: Comparing approaches to mental health – present and past Read online Download PDF
» FFR12 Art: Demonstrating inclusion awareness through an accessible school blueprint Read online Download PDF
» FFR13 PSHE: Building resilience Read online Download PDF