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.
Young Citizen’s Education Manager Naomi Kennedy, writes about the impact of social media on the mental health of young people today.
SAPERE is the Society for the Advancement of Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education. Here they discuss the importance of Philosophy for Children in education and how you can incorporate P4C in the classroom.
The National Education Union discuss the strategy behind their important international solidarity work to ensure education is accessible for all.
Young Citizens is an education charity working in primary and secondary schools to help educate, inspire and motivate the active citizens of tomorrow. Here they talk about their new resource, created with law firm Allen & Overy, on the topic of migration.
The British Red Cross introduce their new resource for Refugee Week 2018. This year’s new resource celebrates 20 years of Refugee Week and helps learners to build empathy and understand the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees.
Graham Frost, a headteacher at Robert Ferguson Primary School in Cumbria, blogs about the importance of school children engaging in real world issues.