Graham Frost, a headteacher at Robert Ferguson Primary School in Cumbria, blogs about the importance of school children engaging in real world issues.
Jane Anderson from Development Education Centre South Yorkshire (DECSY), talks about the work they do to support schools with global learning, to encourage students to become global citizens.
Sustainable Development Goal 12 focuses on responsible consumption, an issue highlighted during Fairtrade Fortnight, a campaign run by the Fairtrade Foundation. Lisa Lee, Think Global’s Project Support Officer, explores this topic further.
Maria Georgiou, Education Engagement Manager at Wateraid, talks about their work to ensure everyone, worldwide, has access to clean water in order to thrive.
Lisa Lee, Project Support Officer at Think Global talks about the important role teacher’s play in nurturing children and helping them to release their full potential, on International Day for Street Children.
Dr Andrew Christie writes for Think Global about tackling plastic pollution and raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goal's, a year after being shortlisted for the 2017 Global Educator of the Year Award.
22 March 2018 marks the first anniversary of the Westminster attack. This can bring back the shock and distress as they appear in the news again. Daniel Calvert from the British Red Cross introduces their talking about a major emergency resource and how to have these difficult conversations with students.
Sarah Williams, Head of Programmes and Partnerships at Think Global talks about the Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) development of the The Academy of Change.
On International Women's Day (IWD), the theme for 2018 is Press for Progress. Faaria Ahmad, Programme Manager at Think Global talks about the important role teachers play globally to strive for gender parity and pressing for progress.
A group of Spanish language teachers from the National Education Union – NUT Section spent three weeks working with colleagues in Nicaragua. In this blog, the four participants reflect on the benefits of their experience as part of the exchange.