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Education Department

The Animal Aid Education Department has a free school speakers service. Our network of trained, volunteer school speakers is available to give talks or run workshops on a range of topics, such as animal rights, vegetarianism or animal experiments.

We also provide a wide range of materials suitable for teachers and pupils studying subjects such as English, Citizenship, PSHE, RE, Food Technology, Media Studies and General Studies at KS3 and 4 and Sixth Form.

Resources include videos and DVDs, Student Activities (lesson plans and worksheets), student factsheets and information booklets, campaign leaflets and posters. Most of these are free to teachers.


New teaching resources on animals in WWI

British soldier with mule

To coincide with the Centenary of the First World War, Animal Aid has produced a set of free teaching resources for English on the role played by animals in the conflict.

Resources include:

  • Lesson plans for history at KS3 and English at KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • Student factsheets
  • PowerPoint presetnations
  • Contemporary photographs and personal accounts
View and download these resources Request a speaker to give a talk on animals in WWI

Please email or call 01732 364546 ext. 234, if you have any queries.

Contact us

If you have any queries or feedback concerning our resources, or suggestions for new materials, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Alternatively phone:
01732 364 546 ext 221 to order education resources
01732 364 546 ext 234 to book school talks
01732 364546 ext 230 for other queries

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