By the end of course participants will be:
By the end of course participants will be more confident in approaching controversial issues relating to asylum-seeking and migration.They will be more confident in employing global teaching methods in their classrooms, including critical literacy. They will be introduced to a range ofactivities and resources to support community cohesion.
‘There is no greater sorrow than the loss of one’s native land’, Euripides, 431 BC
The Global Learning Programme is a ground-breaking new government initiative to create a national network of schools, committed to helping students make positive contributions to a globalised world by helping teachers deliver effective teaching and learning about development and global issues at Key Stages 2 and 3.
To access Global Learning Programme E-credits, register your school on the Global Learning Programme website: