Walks for schools through culture, history and belief in Cambridge
There are 6 stopping places on the full walk. Each stop is designed to look at the contribution made by an individual, or small group of people, to a particular human rights issue. The children will see something related to the individual, hear their story, and take part in an activity designed to deepen their understanding of the story/issue and/or relate it to our world today, with an emphasis on the importance of speaking out against injustice. Teachers can download a pdf of the KS1 Human Rights walk or view the links below.
|Click on each stop on the map below to discover the full stories and activities from the walk.
The stopping places are usually open during school hours. To check availability for visits please contact:
Stop 2 – St John’s College
01223 338676 – Chapel Clerk, Stephen Stokes
Please check with the Clerk that the Chapel is not in use and with the Porter that the College is open.
St John’s College library offer pre-booked educational visits to use their educational resources on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, including Thomas Clarkson’s letters and diaries.
They also have an online educational resource designed for use by Key stage 1-3 pupils.
Stop 3 – Great St Mary’s
01223 741716 – Heritage Education Officer, Great St Mary’s
Stop 5 – Kings College