Oxfam Education 2012 series
Schools in England face a range of policy shifts.
We explore how global citizenship can support schools in coming to terms with them. This includes; developing a school-owned curriculum; meeting new Ofsted criteria; and the developing the ethos of the whole school.
We intend the series to act as part provocation and part guide. We hope it supports schools already carrying out global citizenship to do it better, and inspires those new to global citizenship to try it out.
Underpinning this series is a belief that global citizenship supports quality education, because of the core values, attitudes and skills which it helps young people to develop. This applies to any school, at any time.
Over to you PDF
Time for a school owned 21st century curriculum
Show Ofsted the world PDF
How Global Learning can help schools meet the new Ofsted criteria
Whole School Case Studies PDF
See three examples of how global learning approaches can support whole school development