Global Learning Programme Wales


NEW resource: Moshoeshoe Day 06 March 2017

Moshoeshoe Day takes place on 11 March every year.

NEW resource: World Book Day 2017 02 March 2017

Celebrate World Book Day on 2nd March with this Global Story Books resource from the Global Learning Programme Wales. 

Safe Havens and New Challenges Conference - 24 March - Neath Port Talbot 14 February 2017

A new “Safe Havens and New Challenges?” event for Neath Port Talbot schools has been organised with the relevant county council to take place in St Paul's Centre in Port Talbot on 24 March, 2017.

Oxfam workshops to explore the refugee crisis 08 February 2017

Help your learners explore the refugee crisis and become ethical, informed citizens.

Following the success of previous sessions, Oxfam Cymru is running two free teacher workshops in March. These will be hosted by Ysgol Friars, Bangor and suitable for Key Stage 2 teachers, secondary school teachers and college tutors, including Welsh Baccalaureate teachers.

NEW resource: Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 06 February 2017

Fairtrade Fortnight is 27th February to 12th March 2017. 

New Oxfam resource: Crisis in Yemen 02 February 2017

Yemen is in the middle of a bloody conflict. Ordinary people have suffered most and 21 million people are now in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. 

GLP-W Resource of the month: Supporting literacy and global learning 31 January 2017

Why not try some of these GLP-W resources to support your literacy teaching in 2017:

Show Racism the Red Card school competition 31 January 2017

The Show Racism the Red Card school competition in Wales is now open for registration!

With multiple categories for Primary School and Secondary Schools, the Show Racism the Red Card competition in Wales is an accessible and engaging way to encourage pupils to think about issues surrounding racism.

GLP-W Resource of the Month: Holocaust Memorial Day 12 January 2017

27th January is Holocaust Memorial Day. It provides an opportunity to reflect on the Holocaust as well as on subsequent genocides and to consider the importance of respecting diversity today. Mark this important day in your school using these resources.