Global Classes of the Week
March Week 4 2021
This week we are celebrating schools that are working hard to develop our global citizens of the future. Winners will be announced on @TrueEducation_P’s Twitter page. To be in with the chance of becoming one of our winners, use the hashtag #SchoolAwards in your posts!
GLOBAL CLASSES OF THE WEEK
In an increasingly global world, it’s more essential that ever that young people are equipped to tackle the global issues facing us today, including climate change, poverty and inequality.
The Global Class of the Week award aims to recognise those engaging in valuable conversation around international issues within the classroom. Whether it’s participating in shared projects, learning about the Sustainable Development Goals, learning a language, or getting involved with the local community, a Global Class is one that takes an active interest in protecting the world we live in.
This week’s winners have been awarded a FREE Online Mandarin Language Taster Session – please contact us to arrange a suitable date.
Adderley Primary School
We’re excited to be attending the virtual live finals of @DSWFWildlife Global Canvas competition next week! Here’s our entry this year, our Art Ambassadors worked on it for 3 months & it is made almost entirely from recycling! @Artsmarkaward ❄️ #polarbear #GlobalWarming pic.twitter.com/Bz5TuhQYda— Adderley Primary School (@AdderleySchool) March 18, 2021
What an amazing three days of reintroducing our students to our ASPIRE values and our school culture.— King's Warrington (@KingsWoolston) March 17, 2021
From having students enter different cultural realms via our VR headsets, to sparking debate around current global issues: our students have been incredible! 💫 #Aspire pic.twitter.com/moAD48WPva
Learning to be GLOBAL CITIZENS to care about the rainforests. We’re building on our summarising skills with our class text, ‘There’s a Rang -Tan in my bedroom’ by James Sellick and Frann Preston-Gabon. #greenpeace #saveourforests pic.twitter.com/TL9b0GTklv— Woolacombe School (@WoolacombeSch) March 18, 2021