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In partnership with Lead Schools Induction Training Event 27 and 28 th November 2013 Pauline Marson Mark Lancett CfBT
© Crown Copyright 2013 Aims To introduce the Global Learning Programme Wales To share the benefits of GLP-W including accreditation To clarify the roles and expectations of Lead Schools To share school insights and experiences of global learning 1
© Crown Copyright 2013 Learning Objectives By the end of the event you will have: Understood the key aspects of the Lead School role Reflected on Development Education and Global Learning Become familiar with the GLP-W Curriculum Guidance and how it relates to your work Become familiar with opportunities for accreditation and recognition Become aware of and able to make use of the links with the National Support Programme for Literacy and Numeracy 2
© Crown Copyright 2013 Global issues in the news Global Learning? Climate change International migration Globalisation Poverty Human rights Natural disasters 3
© Crown Copyright 2013 Why Global Learning? To mark Universal Children’s Day, 20 November 2013, research with 4000 children aged 8-12 highlighted: 73% of children in the UK are aware of major global issues; 6 in 10 children are worried about global issues; 83% of children say they feel positive about what lies ahead. (source; ‘How Children Inspire Sustainable Living’ Project Sunlight report) 4
© Crown Copyright 2013 What is global learning? 5 Development Education Global Learning Global Citizenship Pupils
© Crown Copyright 2013 6 21 st century global learner ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
© Crown Copyright 2013 What is GLP-W? A national programme Funded by the Department for International Development Similar programmes in England and Scotland Endorsed by the Welsh Government For primary, secondary and special schools For pupils in Key Stages 2 and 3 Aim to work with 50% of schools in Wales by July 2017 7
© Crown Copyright 2013 Lead Schools Each Lead School joins GLP-Wales for a three year period to: Develop global learning in their own school. Take a leading role to share and develop good practice with other schools in their area. In the pilot phase, ten lead schools; 5 secondary, 4 primary and one special school. From September 2014, a further 18 lead schools will be selected and trained. 8
© Crown Copyright 2013 Why us? Have highly effective practice and expertise in global citizenship; Performance on national measures such as secondary school banding; Nomination by partners and stakeholders; External recognition; Capacity to build local networks of schools, to share and develop good practice and support local school improvement. 9
© Crown Copyright 2013 What do we have to do? The expectation is that as a lead school you will: nominate a GLP-W Coordinator; identify a named representative on the Senior Leadership Team; apply the GLP-W curriculum guidance to meet the needs of your school; be willing to try out new practices and resources; recruit local network schools for each cycle of the programme; and provide advice and support on global learning to local network schools. 10
© Crown Copyright 2013 What support is available? Lead Schools will be supported to become a hub for global learning: Free two day training for two members of staff; Free CPD from GLP-W Partners to equip your staff with the curriculum knowledge, pedagogy and leadership skills needed to lead change in your school and in your network schools; Access to high quality classroom materials; 11
© Crown Copyright 2013 What support is available? Opportunities for accreditation for your school’s GLP-W coordinator and one other member of staff as a Lead Practitioner; Recognition for the school as a ‘Centre of Excellence’; High quality support from the GLP-W team and partners; Annual payments to enable the school to have capacity to support a local network. 12
© Crown Copyright 2013 Timescales Funded until October 2017 Programme mobilisation; September – December 2013 Pilot phase; January 2014 – July 2014 Full programme; September 2014 – July 2017 You as lead schools will support two cycles of network schools: Cycle 1; Sept 2014 – July 2016 up to 12 schools Cycle 2; Sept 2015 – July 2017 up to 15 schools 13
© Crown Copyright 2013 Getting Started November 2013 Attend training December 2013 Complete WSSE and sign MOU January 2014 Raise awareness in school, complete school action plan and begin GLP-W 14
© Crown Copyright 2013 Getting Started February 2014 Give feedback on GLP-W website March 2014 Give feedback on GLP- W Curriculum Guidance and prepare case study April 2014 Intensive Intervention CPD and identify potential network schools 15
© Crown Copyright 2013 Getting Started 16 May 2014 Recruit network schools June 2014 Hold GLP-W Induction meeting for network schools July 2014 Attend pilot phase review meeting
© Crown Copyright 2013 Have we achieved what we hoped to achieve? Hopefully by now you: Understand the key aspects of the Lead School role Have reflected on Development Education and Global Learning Become familiar with the GLP-W Curriculum Guidance and how it relates to your work Become familiar with opportunities for accreditation and recognition Become aware of and able to make use of the links with the National Support Programme for Literacy and Numeracy 17
© Crown Copyright 2013 Thanks! For more information about the Global Learning Programme Wales, email GLPWales@cfbt.com 18
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