Creative professional development opportunities for teachers- connecting learning with the world.
We will work with you to develop bespoke global learning support packages for whole schools and departments to support the introduction of the National Curriculum in 2014 see here for more information.
Our new secondary curriculum development project is funded by the European Union, and includes opportunities for curriculum development alongside Spanish, German and Gambian colleagues, as well as a study visit to The Gambia in Autumn 2014. For details of ‘Young people on the global stage; their education and influence’ see here
‘Stories from different cultures’ supporting literacy and critical engagement at KS2 in line with the 2014 National Curriculum for English and Citizenship. This day course is accredited as part of the Global Learning Programme, and includes a copy of ‘Global learning in primary schools’. See here for more details.
‘Controversial global issues’ explores teaching strategies for dealing with planned and unplanned controversy in the classroom, with a particular emphasis on global issues, such as social justice and identity. This course is accredited by the Global Learning programme, and includes a copy of either ‘Global learning in primary schools’ or ‘Enabling global learning through the KS3 curriculum’. See here for more details.
‘Our partnership journey’ looks at how to develop a successful, equitable international school partnership. This course is part of the British Council Connecting Classrooms programme. To resister for this and other Connecting Classrooms courses, see www.britishcouncil.org/connectingclassrooms-pdFind out more