The teaching resources on this website are based around SLN’s four key questions: ‘Who Am I? Who Are We? Where Do We Live? How Do We All Live Together?’

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Primary Resources

Teaching resources ideal for use with primary school students at key stages one and two.  


Secondary Resources

Teaching resources ideal for use with secondary school students at key stages three and four.  


Classroom Resources

A range of teaching resources specifically created for use with SLN’s four key questions, and designed to fit within the school curriculum.  

Linking Arms

Linking Resources

Teaching resources specifically aimed at school linking and exchanging information through SLN’s four key questions, including structured lesson plans and identity work.

Who's Who Assembly 2

Assembly Ideas

An inspiring range of ideas and teaching resources designed for school assemblies, and based on SLN’s four key questions, ideal for use with SMSC development.


Books & More

A series of creative writing resources to help promote literacy and self-expression including the popular Book List reading list and a range of Assembly Ideas and Poems to support school linking work.  


SLN Videos

Videos demonstrating SLN programmes in local authority areas across the country, showing how young people prepare for and engage during, and their reflections on linking.  

Audio Resources

Audio Resources

Radio clips from SLN school linking programmes, where students discuss a variety of topics such as ‘What is Britishness?’.  

Four Key Questions

Four Key Questions

Why the four key questions: Who am I? Who are we? Where do we live? and How do we all live together? are integral to the work of SLN.



Questions, methods and tools to help you evaluate your school linking work and other SLN related programmes, with examples of previous evaluations.

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Resources Index

Easy access to SLN’s range of teaching resources including recommended reading, classroom resources, linking activities, reflection, evaluations and videos.