The GLP Transitions Project supports schools wanting to work together to develop global learning, at the same time as improving transition from Key Stage 2 to 3. You’ll find some examples of schools' work from 2014 to 2015 on the GA website
We’re delighted to announce that a new round of applications is open, with funding available for new clusters of schools to create innovative and worthwhile global learning experiences between Years 6 and 7. There’s £500 per state school to support this work. Find more details and how to apply on the GA website
Opportunity to host a development organisation workshop
Oxfam (one of the GLP partners) can deliver a free workshop in four GLP schools each term, exploring how International Development Organisations can support schools in the GLP. If you’re interested in hosting a workshop or would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please can we ask that you to carry out the following, essential GLP activities to ensure that you school receives the maximum benefit from your time on the programme.
- Complete the GLP Whole School Audit as soon as possible to enable access to your School Action Plan and e-credit funding for CPD.
- Book onto GLP-approved CPD courses – you may want to consider attending CPD with your network as a cluster rather than individually? Your Expert Centre Co-ordinator can discuss the options with you and the other schools in your network.
- Use the new Pupil Assessment Tool to help identify priorities for teaching and impacts of learning on pupils.