Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning works with schools around the world to help young people develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to thrive. Through the website access online CPD developed with DECSY including face to face courses and curriculum materials.
For a taste of how you can be involved at a whole-school level take a look at an interview with Headteacher Alison Hooper who is helping to lead a cluster of 41 schools in Cheshire and Kenya as part of the CCGL programme.
Gender Action (action partner:DECSY)
Gender Action is an award programme which promotes and supports a whole-school approach to challenging stereotypes. Our framework will support teachers and schools to create a level playing field, with individuals working together for lasting cultural change. Demonstrate your commitment to ensuring all young people can reach their full potential.
- Dealing with adversity responsibly and rationally
- Embracing and contextualising diversity
- Resolving conflict peacefully through democratic processes
- Encouraging empathy
This WordPress site details DECSY’s Gender Respect Project which ran from 2013 – 2016. Here you can find details of specific lesson plans and resources created and trialled in eight project schools. Also available is a list of tried and tested P4C stimuli and links with other relevant websites.
SAPERE is the Society for Advancing Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education.
Founded in 1992, SAPERE is the internationally recognised educational charity that brings together a network of people throughout the UK practising and promoting philosophical enquiry for children and communities, often referred to as P4C.
This revised and updated version of Oxfam’s popular guide recognises the seismic shifts in social and political contexts in recent years. It seeks to support educators in developing essential skills that allow learners to constructively discuss their own values and ideas, and develop as active global citizens.
Carbon Partners will develop your school partnership by using carbon foot-printing as a real and tangible example of global injustice and empowering students to make a difference.