Students with severe learning difficulties react well to hands-on activities and to learning about other people to whom they can relate.
A school cluster link with a school cluster in another country can provide the basis for global dimension work across the curriculum.
School councils give pupils a voice and can be a good way for them to realise how they can make a difference to global issues such as trade and fair trade, both as individuals and through joint action.
Using a multi-sensory approach enabled pupils to explore a wide range of historical issues and cultural artefacts such as textiles and patterns.
Students worked together to design a visual display and in doing so discussed issues of global significance.