by Ali Hamilton You’re In Doubt About Technology? See How It Impacts Our Kids By the time children are eight years old, 96% will have watched television, 81% will have played console video games, 60% will have used apps on portable devices, such as cell phones or tablets, and 90% will have used a computer. […]
by Ali Hamilton Born after the year 2000, generation Z is set to become the largest group in society before the end of 2019. Also known as digital natives, this is the first generation who will use the internet from cradle to grave. Soon enough, a third of our workforce will comprise these young, […]
by Ali Hamilton In 2016, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that “if you believe you are a citizen of the world, you are a citizen of nowhere.” Less than three years later, the government was revoking the British citizenship of Islamic State recruit, Shamima Begum, leaving her effectively stateless. This has raised big questions in society […]
By Ali Hamilton With reports from National Geographic detailing that the impacts of climate change are worse than expected, it’s more important than ever to find long-term solutions. This is a challenge for us all, right now, but it will ultimately fall upon the shoulders of today’s youth to really carry out the changes and ideas […]
Xun, co-founder at GrowAlong Education, blogs about their work in promoting Global Citizenship at early years through developing international friendships between UK and Chinese children.
Teach First participant and Primary School teacher, Phoebe Rudgard, writes about three fantastic websites which use interactive maps to give us an insight into both the workings of the world and the things within it.
In our Q&A’s with our Global Educator of the Year 2018 finalists, winner Samantha & finalist Thandiwe, each share the importance of, and challenges they have each faced, integrating global learning in to the curriculum.
Teach First participant and Primary School teacher, Phoebe Rudgard, discusses the importance of tackling controversial topics in the classroom.
Teach First participant and Primary School teacher, Phoebe Rudgard, questions whether teachers inadvertently play a role in reinforcing gender stereotypes.
Send my Friend to School talk about their Parliamentary Action Day campaign and the importance of making schools a safe haven for everyone, everywhere.