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Life in Nepal

Resolve International has developed these geography resources for use by school teachers to raise awareness of the need to support children living in poverty in Nepal, the poorest country in South Asia.

Our Geography Key Stage 2 (KS2) and Geography Key Stage 3 (KS3) Resources have been produced as PDFs and can be used as Microsoft Powerpoint Presentations.

To view a sample before you signup click KS2  or KS3

Signup and use our FREE Resources - When you click on links to our resources web pages, you will be asked to signup. PLEASE NOTE: Our Resources are designed for use by school teachers and for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE) Bronze Award Volunteering. The signup form should therefore be completed by a teacher or 'Fundraising Organiser' to let us know who will be using them.

The packs are FREE, but we hope that by using them, your school will become interested enough to support our work and help raise money for projects which benefit children in Nepal. Find out more how you can reduce poverty in Nepal by browsing the website.

Books and pencils - some parents in Nepal cannot afford to buy the books and pencils which their children need for school, so they don't go to school.

£4 buys 12 workbooks and pencils for a child.

'Every year a child spends in school their earning potential increases 10%'

United Nations

Key Stage 2 (KS2) Geography Teaching Resources

Our KS2 resources are full of ideas and provide you with geography resources to help you plan your lessons and help children to become fully involved. This pack unfolds 'Life in Nepal' from the viewpoint of a child, including culture, history, food, climate, and environment.

Click here to use Key Stage 2 → Powerpoint                      

Key Stage 3 (KS3) Geography Teaching Resources

In partnership with Lathom High School

This fully resourced scheme of work and lessons are ideal for Key Stage 3 Geography.

The 10 lessons will give pupils a good understanding of a very different country through a wide variety of activities. This scheme has a power-point and resources for every lesson. The lessons are easy to deliver while providing educational value for pupils and are ideal for:

• Understanding the physical and human characteristics of real places.

• Developing 'geographical imaginations' of places.

• Knowing where places and landscapes are located

• Developing cultural understanding and diversity

Namaste! My name is Ranjit and I'm 13 years old. I come from Nepal, a small country in South Asia. I live in a mountainous village called Bhimpokhara, which is situated about 200 km from the capital, Kathmandu. 

Lesson 1
Appreciating the differences and similarities between people, places, environments and cultures to inform their understanding of societies and economies.

Lesson 2 
Appreciating how people's values and attitudes differ and may influence social, environmental, economic and political issues, and developing their own values and attitudes about such issues.

Click here to use Key Stage 3 → Powerpoint               also avalable on TES (Times Educational Suppliment)

Nepal Mountains

Learn more about Nepal, a country where the people have to cope with extreme environments, from tropical heat in the lowlands to freezing temperatures on high mountain slopes.

Children working in Nepal

Read about what we do.

The population of Nepal is around 26.5 million, with a life expectancy of 59 years.

The resources are free to use, but your school might like to fundraise to help children in Nepal, or you could text donate a couple of pounds for each download:

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