Global citizenship in a primary school has been enhanced through cross-curricular study of Ghana, and a link with a Ghanaian school.
Research into children’s rights brings a global dimension to local history when pupils find out about child labour past and present.
Using UNICEF’s First Step to Rights resource to reflect on what’s essential to life, and issues of fairness.
Manchester Development Education Project (DEP) used peer education methodology and the global dimension to address issues of transition from primary to secondary school.
An influx of new immigrant families, due to a Gurkha regiment having been based locally, led Farnborough Grange Nursery and Infant Community School to develop work which combines the global dimension with community cohesion.
A project to reduce water consumption at St Richard’s RC Primary School in Longsight, Manchester, developed into a literacy-based exploration of water inequality and a decision by pupils to raise funds for the provision of clean water in Sub-Saharan Africa.