Defining your global citizenship ethos
A workshop to help you identify which aspects of global citizenship pupils, teachers, parents, governors and your local community feel most passionately about. We can then help you reflect your findings in your school ethos
Creating a real life curriculum with global citizenship
A workshop to help you identify opportunities for global citizenship across the curriculum, enabling pupils to engage with real world issues. A follow-up session is available to help you plan lessons and activities using Oxfam resources.
Developing pupil participation through global citizenship
Exploring a range of active learning techniques, this workshop will help you implement pupil-centred approaches to global citizenship. You will also explore how to improve pupils' skills such as critical thinking and debate.
A follow-up session is available to help you plan lessons and activities using Oxfam resources.
Global citizenship to support transition
Learn how to support pupils during the transition to secondary school using global citizenship. Working with at least two other local schools, you'll focus on principles of global citizenship that can help primary pupils engage with secondary school peers by, for example, working on joint projects. This can benefit secondary school pupils by developing their leadership skills.
Basic membership includes a meeting with Oxfam, but you can opt for additional consultancy time to help you plan bespoke CPD training. This project can focus staff development, working with pupils or community engagement.