Questions for whole-school change – A suggested planning framework for providing citizenship education with a global dimension. read more

Citizenship Days for Years 7,8 and 9 focused on the global economy, the environment, disability and challenging stereotypes. read more

This scheme of work has the theme of Rich World Poor World. read more

This system introduced a rota of Year 8 pupils as ‘Duty Prefects’, which raised participation and addressed elements of the Citizenship curriculum. read more

Global citizenship benchmarks for secondary schools. read more

Tips for running staff training in the global dimension of citizenship, by Topsy Page, Manchester DEP. read more

Planning, preparation and staff INSET for a Black Achievement Festival to coincide with Black History Month read more

Our theme was ‘Rich World, Poor World’. How do we open the eyes of children to equality issues? read more

Our Global Citizenship Day was a June event for Year 8s as a follow up to the unit of work they had done on Global Citizenship earlier in the year. read more

Developmental projects can be complex. Oxfam’s Angela Grunsell reflects on what she learned from being part of the project management group. read more

This project has shown how some ‘blockages’ to greater global awareness in schools can be unblocked. The challenge now is to share and learn from our experiences. By Sandy Betlem, NEAD. read more

Global citizenship links can help increase children’s and young people’s knowledge of the wider world. The Manchester Healthy Schools Partnership created a close working relationship with three schools in Kabwe, Zambia. read more

If citizenship with a global dimension is taught and learned in all schools, great things can be achieved! Heather Swainston from Cheshire Development Education Centre explains how. read more

Trafford’s capacity for supporting schools in curriculum development has been significantly expanded by the Developing Citizenship Project. read more

Citizenship education is being integrated into curriculum planning across the UK. The following ‘steps to success’ come from Norfolk LEA, which worked with Norfolk and Suffolk schools on the Developing Citizenship project. read more

An Earth Summit Day in a school provides excellent cross-curricular links and an opportunity for young people to engage with global issues in a stimulating way. Laura Gilchrist, Manchester Development Education Project, explains the idea and reports on how it is implemented at Whalley Range High School. read more

On Martin Luther King Day, suggestions from Year 8 and 9 students at Benjamin Britten High School. read more

At Hethersett we chose to focus on a Black Achievement Festival to coincide with Black History Month. read more

This was one of those projects that makes you think being a teacher really is worthwhile! read more

Global citizenship has radically altered the Key Stage 3 curriculum at Broadoak High School. read more

Many schools would say their students have a voice, but do they really? What about at Whalley Range? read more

An INSET session on ‘the global dimension in citizenship education’ was run by the Head of Citizenship at Eaton Bank, Congleton in Cheshire. read more

Our multi-cultural arts day was aimed at Year 7 students and was one of a programme of stop days around global citizenship in our school. read more

A review of the attitudes of the whole school towards global citizenship resulted in changes to the School Development Plan. read more

One World Day was part of a week linked to the School Development Plan, focusing on global issues. read more

An anti-racism day held in 2002 brought together visiting speakers, specialist workshops, interested staff and visitors from NFC. This became a model for our first global citizenship event. read more

Careful planning and clear outcomes made for a successful citizenship INSET event. read more