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Keep the momentum going after Red Nose Day! 16 March 2017

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.

FREE Women’s History Month/International Women’s Day resource 02 March 2017

March is Women’s History Month, with International Women's Day taking place on 8 March.

Take part in British Science Week with the GLP 02 March 2017

British Science Week (10–19 March 2017) is the largest UK-wide celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. 

FREE World Book Day Resource 23 February 2017

Celebrate World Book Day on 2 March 2017 with this FREE resource from the Global Learning Programme (GLP).

Help your pupils move towards a social justice mentality 01 February 2017

20 February is the annual celebration of the World Day of Social Justice – why not take this opportunity to explore this topic through global learning activities in the classroom?

New dates added: FREE CPD event near you 31 January 2017

Due to last term's high demand, we've added new dates to our free CPD event that focuses on helping teachers develop a whole-school approach to engaging with 'British values' through a global perspective. 

Stand up for human rights on 10 December 01 December 2016

Encourage your pupils to step forward and defend human rights on Human Rights Day.

Looking to use some of your e-credits? 24 November 2016

Browse our CPD Calendar to find courses and events on values available through GLP e-credits* in the next few months.

Celebrate Universal Children’s Day (20 November) 10 November 2016

20 November marks the day on which the United Nations adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, in 1959, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in 1989. Why not celebrate Universal Children’s Day 2016 with our global learning resources?

Responding to the crisis in Syria 08 September 2016

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.

Examples of useful materials to support classroom activities can be seen on