Charter case studies

Since launching the Charter in parliament in 2010 (as DEA), Think Global has been gathering case studies from amongst Charter signatories to help highlight and share good practice in global learning.

Please click below to see a selection of case studies.

Global learning and community cohesion with young children and their families
How Farnborough Grange Nursery and Infant Community School adapted to an influx of Nepali families when a Gurkha regiment was based locally.
A student’s viewpoint – How global learning shapes actions and decisions
Sixteen year old Paul Lichtenstern from North London International School explains what has helped him to develop.

Building trainee teachers’ confidence in cultural diversity and global citizenship
A module for third year BA Primary Education students set up by Brighton University and Brighton Peace and Environment Centre.

Education is about their future, not our past
Whitefriars First & Middle School serves a very diverse community in Harrow. Read how they’ve integrated global learning across the curriculum.

Challenging extremism locally and in the wider world
Find out how Accrington Academy in Lancashire worked with local artists to tackle extremism, through an intensive programme of dialogue with students.

Raising aspirations through global learning
Haringey demonstrates how a whole authority approach can advance global learning and raise aspirations across a whole borough.
We will be adding more case studies over the next few months.
If you would like to discuss what is involved please get in touch.