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Developing Global

                   Learning & Sustainability

This whole day CPD event is being hosted at Sir John Lawes School on
27th June 2018.

Who is this course for?

Any members of staff who are leading activities relating to Global Learning and Sustainability including initiatives such as: International School Award, Eco-Schools and international school links.  The course is appropriate for those already engaged in these activities or who are looking to develop these in the future.

What are the objectives or outcomes?

On this programme participants will:
  • Explore ways to link global learning and sustainability to other school priorities – e.g. SMSC, British Values, Pupil Premium
  • Explore different pedagogies for global learning and sustainability (e.g. critical thinking, Philosophy for Children, cross-curricula approaches)
  • Learn about different opportunities for awards and accreditation (e.g. ISA, Ecoschools, Fairtrade Schools)
  • Hear case studies of good practice from SJL and other schools.
  • Find out about resources that can be used to enrich Global Learning and Sustainability within the school.

Practical Information

This course is hosted at Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden on:
  • Wednesday 27th June 2018, 9.15am-3.15pm
Lunch will be provided.
The course will include:
  • Facilitated sessions
  • School tour
  • Discussions with staff & students from SJL

Meet the Facilitator

Helen Cox

Helen Cox

Helen is a geography teacher and Leading Practitioner at Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden. She has lead on a wide range of global learning and sustainability initiatives at a whole school level and beyond. Recently she was the Lead Practitioner for SJL in their role as an Expert Centre for the Global Learning Programme. She has delivered a wide range of CPD from small workshops through to national conferences. 


£10 per delegate



What didothers think?

Lots of good ideas and examples shared of real projects”

What didothers think?

“Good balance of delivery and discussion time”

What didothers think?

“I will now happily contribute and share information learned from today’s course.”