CRIS has developed a series of curriculum linked, approach and delivery orientated resources which leverage the learning garnered by the organisation as a result of over 30 years of practice. For more information on the thematic approaches of CRIS Resources please click on the expand button below. Alternatively you can review each specific resource by clicking on the associated icons.
Whole School Development
We offer a number of resources which support Community Relations development at a Whole School level which act as a “how to” guide to embedding the value and practice of Community Relations work within the heart of a school community. These resources were developed in partnership with a number of school communities across Northern Ireland and have been proven in their ability to support change and development.
Curriculum Linked Resources
CRIS offers ‘age and stage specific’ resources which are ideal for teachers and community practitioners looking to explore Community Relations and associated themes within both formal and informal learning environments. All of these resources are linked to the Northern Ireland Curriculum and are comprised of Teacher and Pupil work books.
CRIS offers substantial practitioner guides for educators and community workers to support groups to engage with Community Relations conversations (A Guide to Working with Flags and Symbols) and to support the forming of relationships and groups (A Guide to Relationship Building and Group Work Activities). CRIS also offer additional, tangible resource kits which support the experiential learning process.
All CRIS resources are listed below. Please click on the icons for more information and if you wish to purchase any of the resources, or associated services, then please contact the CRIS office.