Following four years of successful global learning activity in thousands of schools across the country, the Global Learning Programme (GLP) is delighted to invite you to a series of regional events showcasing global learning and led by local schools.
Monday 19 June is World Refugee Day, which marks the start of Refugee Week 2017.
Following this year’s World's Environment Day, we’ve collated a selection of resources and CPD to support your teaching around environmental issues and sustainability.
Many schools are continuing to respond to the ongoing crisis in Syria through a range of activities within the classroom, school assemblies and various extra-curricula activities.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or Global Goals, provide a perfect opportunity to help pupils make connections across subjects, while engaging them and deepening their learning.
Freedom of expression is a fundamental right stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Press freedom principles are celebrated all around the world on 3 May with World Press Freedom Day.
Give your pupils' debating activities a global perspective with a free teaching resource to help them understand how the UK election relates to global matters.
On 8 June, countries around the world celebrate World Oceans Day.
‘End malaria for good’ is the mission set by the World Health Organisation (WHO), calling on countries to improve access to life-saving prevention tools urgently. Take this opportunity to discuss interdependence with your pupils.
Make Red Nose Day (24 March) the first step of your global learning journey, and deepen your pupils’ knowledge of global issues with the GLP.