Welcome to the latest updates on developments at DECSY. Want to share your news on working with DECSY? Email jane AT decsy.org.uk
The Global Learning Network is a group representing global learning and development education centres across England. DECSY is a part of this network, that has recently changed it’s name from CoDEC. This fortnight is a chance to celebrate Global Learning and the TGLN network. Not sure what or how to define Global Learning. Read on as Clive Belgeonne, one of our Global Learning Advisers, explains more…
Global Education Week highlights the importance of Global Learning and Citizenship Education and the huge benefits of intergrating global learning into the curriculum.
Read about how an amazing science teacher went about developing resources for her school to inspire all students to develop a love of STEM.
This is a list of lesson plans and teaching resources to help schools respond to grappling with what/how to talk to pupils about the escalating violence unfolding in Israel and Palestine. Resources are from Facing History and Ourselves and Quakers in Britain.
Angharad Morgan, Gender Action Programme Co-ordinator has written a blog post for NCFE.
Read the full article here: https://www.ncfe.org.uk/all-articles/gender-stereotypes-education-harmful/
Based in Sheffield, DECSY is looking for new Trustees to join its Executive Committee. We are looking for individuals who have skills and experience in one or both of the following: marketing, fundraising, and who support our aim of promoting education for a sustainable world. Previous board experience is not essential for the role as we will mentor new Trustees.
ACT (Association for Citizenship Teaching) Quality Mark for Non-Violent Action: A Force for Change resources
We are very excited to announce that the Non-Violent Action: A Force for Change resources have gained the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Resources. This is what ACT said about the resource: "The Non-Violent Action: A Force for Change resources provide a...
We are very happy to announce that we have now published the external evaluation for our Non-Violent Action: A Force for Change project. The report can be found here. The project had significant impact on pupil knowledge and profound long-lasting impact on teachers....
DECSY staff have been involved in writing and creating this new, free teaching resource that focuses on improving students’ understanding of the impact of climate change and how it affects their lives and community.
Here is an inspiring video of one of our staff members, Helen Griffin, being interviewed by Year 5 pupils at a school in China around Gender Equality and P4C.