This isn’t really a teaching resource, and it’s not very obviously ‘global dimension’ but it’s well worth including on this website because – well, it’s just inspirational. Written by the intriguingly named “Geography Collective” this little book
This booklet is the result of a project that used Philosophy for Children (P4C) as a methodology to engage children in thinking and talking about global issues. After introducing the P4C methodology, the booklet highlights 19 different resources
This report presents the findings from a YouGov survey of parents’ attitudes towards their children’s education. The results show that parents of school-age children think it is vital that schools teach about the wider world.
This resource from the Geographical Association introduces pupils in years 1–3 (ages 5-8) to the small planet we call home. Pupils explore a range of topics, including: different ways of mapping the world; why we have daytime and nighttime; reasons
This free secondary school teaching resource from UNICEF supports the teaching of Citizenship and PSHE. Based on Article 27 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child – the right to a decent standard of living – the resource explores global citizenship and economic well-being.
This resource from RISC helps teachers at all levels to identify how far their school has got on the journey towards becoming a ‘global school’ – one where global citizenship is embedded across the curriculum and throughout the school ethos.
Free online teaching resources based on the film Africa United, which tells the story of three Rwandan children and their bid to achieve their ultimate dream – to take part in the opening ceremony of the 2010 Football World Cup in Johannesburg.
This is a classroom photo activity based on pictures chosen for the Global Wallplanner 2010-11. It can be adapted to suit all age groups and can relate to a variety of different subject areas – or could be used in tutor time or after-school clubs.
This resource is designed to complement the National Curriculum, especially in the area of Key Stage 3 Citizenship and for AS/2 Government and Politics. It enables students to explore the way pressure groups function and how they can take ‘informed a
A selection of starters, filler activities and homework exercises to stimulate students’ interest and add freshness to your teaching. They present real-life situations and ask pupils to explore what they would do at different points in the story.