Empathy Action Month

From EmpathyLab

Resource type: Event

Price band: Free

Key stage: KS1, KS2, KS3

Region(s): All of UK

Empathy Action Month takes place in November and provides an opportunity to celebrate the role that books and reading play in building empathy and inspiring social action.

To support Empathy Action Month, organisers EmpathyLab create a range of supporting resources:

  • An Empathy Action Month teachers’ guide.
  • A book list of Top Reads for Empathy Action Month covering all ages.
  • Templates for individual Empathy Resolutions and decorative bunting.
  • A programme of weekly videos throughout November that feature top children’s authors and participating schools.

Cost: Free.

About EmpathyLab: EmpathyLab was founded in 2014 by Miranda McKearney OBE, Sarah Mears MBE, Craig Hill and Caroline Scott. Its aim is to develop children’s empathy and social activism through stories in order to build a more caring world.

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Empathy Action Month