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Homelessness is a complex issue. It can be hard to understand why, how and who can end up homeless. Our free teaching resources are designed to encourage pupils to think about homelessness in a different way, in a bid to better understand it. Designed to compliment the current KS2 and KS3 curriculum, our packs contain various lesson plans (including English, Maths and Art.) Each plan contains easy to follow directions, activities, Powerpoints and multimedia

Who is the pack for?

We offer two education packs, one specifically designed for the KS2 curriculum, the other for KS3. They are aimed at teachers and contains learning activities that can help children in primary and secondary schools (from 7 years old upwards) make sense of homelessness. 

What does the teaching pack contain?

  • Whole School Assembly  – with Powerpoint, script and activity. 
  • Various Lesson Plans (including English, Maths, Art, DT, Drama, Geography and PSHE.)
  • Reading List – age appropriate fiction that explores homelessness. 

Request a pack here:

Join us on World Homeless Day

Join us on 10th October 2019 to take a stand against homelessness. We’re asking schools to commit a day to learning about homelessness, through our education packs, and help raise money for Julian House. This could be through a mufti day, wear a bobble hat day, cake sale or even a teacher vs pupil quiz. Help us raise awareness and support the many vulnerable men, women and children in our care. 

Schools that support Julian House

Schools across BANES, Somerset, Wiltshire, Bristol and Devon have been taking a stand against homelessness by raising money for Julian House and supporting our services. 

  • Marksbury Primary borrowed our smoothie bike to host their own smoothie pop-up shop in their local town.  
  • St Mary’s Primary in Timsbury used our resources pack and held a pyjama mufti day.
  • Newton Abbot College hosted their own sponsored Sleep-Out on their college field.
  • Marpool Primary organised their own mufti day.