The World’s Largest Lesson is an initiative which aims to ensure that all children, everywhere, learn about the Sustainable Development Goals. From the week beginning 18th September 2017, schools all over the world will teach a lesson about food choices, focusing on Goal 2: Zero Hunger.
19th June marks the start of Refugee Week. Global Learning Programme-Wales offers resources to help your school to celebrate the contribution that refugees make to our country, and to encourage pupils to explore the complex issues of migration and interdependence.
Written to Mark World Environment Day (5th June) and World Oceans Day (8th June), this new Key Stage 2-4 resource from GLP-W includes six cross-curricular activities investigating the sustainability of the oceans, including plastic pollution and coral reefs.
Why not try some of these GLP-W resources to support your numeracy teaching in 2017
Celebrate 50 years of unity in Africa!
Every year, World Press Freedom Day celebrates the principles of press freedom: why not mark the event with this GLP-W Key Stage 3-4 resource Exploring the Right to Freedom of Expression?
Written to mark the centenary of Hedd Wyn’s death at Passchendaele on 31st July 1917, this new Key Stage 2-3 resource for history and PSE lessons from GLP-W investigates how global the conflict was.
World Malaria Day (25 April 2017) is a chance to focus on the global effort to control malaria and to learn about interdependence.
Did you know that, according to Unicef, 84% of primary children go to school worldwide – down to 74% in least developed countries (the figures for secondary children are 60% and 36%).
See the resource marking the UN International Day of Happiness on 20th March