London Climate Action Week takes place from 1st to 8th July. World’s Largest Lesson has collaborated with the organisers of London Climate Action week, the London Sustainable Schools Forum and GLOBE International, to put together 4 lesson plans for Key Stage 2 & 3. The resources aim to build student knowledge so that they can […]
Why Children Need To Be Financially Literate When it comes to money management, children and young adults consistently outperform their parents, the Independent reports. 8 to 18-year-olds choose to save 7.5% of their weekly pocket money on average, while adults save just 4.9% of their disposable income, a study by Nimbl finds. Research even suggests when children […]
Cyclone Idai caused devastation in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Strong winds, a storm surge, heavy rains and widespread flooding have had devastating impacts on the lives of millions of people. Oxfam’s new resource for 9-14 year olds to explore the catastrophic effects of disasters such as Cyclone Idai and how aid is used to support […]
The Global Dimension is now in partnership with Reboot the Future. Find out more about our new partners and The Golden Rule as a guiding principle for a more just and sustainable world www.rebootthefuture.org
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 […]
We are living in a world where we are bombarded by signs, pop-ups and adverts trying to sell us something. Convincing us that our wants are actually our needs and that our life will be better with the newest technology, latest fashion pieces, organic facial crea ms, money-making training, and the list goes on. Being […]
Teach First participant and Primary School teacher, Phoebe Rudgard, discusses the importance of tackling controversial topics in the classroom.
During ActionAid’s Big Me week, between 8-12 October, schools are being invited to take part in a national dress up day in which pupils come in to school dressed as their dream job.
Think Global are delighted to announce the winner of the 2018 Global Educator of the Year Award – Samantha Olubodun.