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Global Learning Guidance Documents

All of these documents offer support both to newcomers to the global learning and those looking to take things further. Some of the official guidance documents are no longer officially sanctioned by the currrent government, but nevertheless still offer a huge wealth of case studies and supporting advice on the global dimension and global learning. These documents often use the term 'global dimension' - we now tend to use 'global learning' as a broader term but they refer to very similar aspects of the curriculum.


Global Dimension in the Curriculum, DfID/DfES 2005

This documents set out what the Global Dimension is, the key concepts is covers and some examples of practice in school.

Global Dimension in Action, QCA/DfID 2008

This documents sets out examples of the type of work that schools the global dimension at the moment.

QCA Sustainability in aCtion

Sustainable Development in Action QCA 2009

This guide helps you build sustainable development into the learning experience of all your learners. It provides a clear vision of why this work is important – from helping pupils to learn about the impact of their actions on the planet, to suggesting ways of building sustainability into the ethos and everyday running of your school.

Community Cohesion in action

Cross-curriculum Community Cohesion in Action, QCA, 2010
This guide helps you build community cohesion into the learning experience of all your learners. It provides a clear vision of why this work is crucial and how the curriculum can play a key part in promoting community cohesion within a school, its local community and the wider world.

QCA cRoss curriculum

Cross-curriculum dimensions -A planning guide for schools
Seven cross-curriculum dimensions: Identity and cultural diversity, healthy lifestyles, community participation, enterprise, global dimension and sustainable development, technology and the media, creativity and critical thinking.


































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