The Global Citizenship topic is where you can include work on other initiatives like Fairtrade Schools, and Rights Respecting Schools in your Eco-Schools journey. You might also like to tell us about any fundraising projects for charities, foodbank donations or charitable recycling. Lastly, individual awards like The John Muir Award, and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award are also welcome in this topic.
The Global Citizenship Topic has some natural overlap with Climate Action and Health & Wellbeing.
Resources From Other Organisations
Education Scotland - Community Resilience
Find out about community resilience as a context for learning within Curriculum for Excellence
Learning through Fairtrade opens up a fascinating world, revealing how we are all connected. Download curriclum resources to discover where your food comes from.
Data visualisation tools to explore global statistics using photos. Fact based resources for exploring issues of world hunger, poverty, life expectancy and GDP with pupils.
Ideas - Signposts for Global Citizenship
A selection of the best resources on Global Citizenship and Learning for Sustainability put together by IDEAS.
Royal Geographical Society - Gender Inequality in Geography
Article and podcast reflecting on the history of geography and women geographers campaigning for gender equality.
Stride Global Citizenship Magazine
A brilliant magazine full of inspiring articles and useful resources. Stride aims to be a source of inspiration and support for teachers delivering education for Global Citizenship in Scotland.
Stride Magazine - Cotton Field to Jeans: Winners & Losers
This classroom activity asks pupils to reflect on inequality within the cotton industry.
Stride Magazine - My Clothes and Me
Love fashion, hate school uniform? What do you know about the clothes you wear? This classroom activity explores different opinions towards fashion and consumption.