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Wales

Teacher development workshops for schools in Wales

Help your learners develop as active citizens of Wales and the world.

Global citizenship provides infinite opportunities for learning, which can raise attainment and inspire your learners. It fosters co-operation, creativity and improves communication skills.

The development of ethical, informed citizens is one of the core purposes of the new curriculum being developed for Wales. Global citizenship offers an opportunity to equip your learners with the skills for critical and active engagement in an interdependent world.

Our workshops have a practical focus and will give you the confidence to enrich your teaching.

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We can also work with you to develop your own bespoke CPD to meet the particular needs of your school or cluster. The cost for this is £550. 

If you are signed up to the Global Learning Programme Wales your network can pay for these workshops using the funding provided to the lead school. All sessions can be tailored for primary or secondary and cost £400 per school or school cluster, regardless of the number of participants. This does not include bespoke CPD or any additional support.

What teachers have said about Oxfam CPD

"Everyone certainly was able to clarify their thinking and gain something from your workshop judging by the positive comments at the end of the session and the animated discussion continuing beyond 6 o'clock! You had pitched the session very well as I am sure you became aware there was a complete spectrum of participants."  Susan Bush, Torriano Junior School


"I found it really encouraging and exciting to hear about the different ways of teaching. I believe it's really important to develop global thinking throughout their lives and you gave some brilliantly practical ways of doing that." Chloe Roberts, Montpelier Primary School