Resources and Curriculum Development

CRIS has developed a wealth of education and community resources resulting from years of proven practice. All resources are accessible and are comprised of teacher guides and pupil/ participant workbooks.  Whilst most resources are available in an “off the shelf” format, they can be tailored to meet individual school or community needs. CRIS also offer a bespoke service which supports schools to develop curriculum resources to suit the needs of their learning community. A full list of current resources available through CRIS are detailed below:

Foundation and Key Stage One 

  • Celebrating Difference – “Buddy Up!” Edition
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Friendship
  • Diversity through Puppets
  • Circle Time

Key Stage Two

  • Knowing Me, Knowing You! – “Buddy Up!” Edition
  • Respect for Self and Others
  • Exploring and Managing Conflict
  • School Council Good Relations Training
  • Identity


  • Year 8 to Year 12 curriculum linked resources
  • Community Relations and Leadership
  • Values, Morals and Beliefs
  • The Unity Project (Focused Anti-Hate Programme)
  • School Council and Peer Leadership Training

Practice Based Resources

  • A Guide to Relationship Building and Group Work Activities
  • A Guide to Working with Flags and Symbols
  • A Guide to School Policy Development
  • Engaging Whole School Communities: Good Practice in Shared Education
  • “Buddy Up!” A Whole School Community Resource for Sharing in Education at Nursery and Primary Levels

If you would like to find out more information about the above programmes and resources, or if you would like to discuss the development of a bespoke curriculum resource for your school community, then please contact the CRIS office on the details provided.