The Department for International Development (DfID) funded UK wide Global Learning Programme (GLP) came to an end on 31 July. A new programme, the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) programme is being launched in September.
The new programme is jointly funded by the British Council and Department for International Development and will be led by the British Council. You can register your interest in the programme on the British Council website.
Think Global was a member of the consortium delivering the Global Learning Programme in Wales (GLP-W) on behalf of the Department for International Development. We were the lead partner in the management of the website.
The Global Learning Programme Wales (GLP-W) was a government-funded opportunity to make a real difference in the teaching, learning and experience of Global Citizenship in Wales.
The GLP-W created a national network of schools committed to:
The GLP-W aimed to embed global learning in the curriculum and the wider life of the school. It’s not simply about global learning being delivered through a single subject, the occasional assembly or theme day but rather aimed to:
The GLP-W was funded by the UK government, and our partners in the programme included: