Global Citizenship, Global Voices
What does it really mean to be a citizen of today’s world, especially in order to build a better place for all? Is it superhero strength and futuristic skills? Or is it connecting back to our most basic but important human values and the capacities of listening and empathising?
Our Global Citizenship live lesson is an invitation to explore these questions and a reminder of the immense capacities of kindness, caring and positive action moved by hope that we humans have, despite all the negative messages that we constantly hear.
The live lesson includes a short, inspiring lesson for Early Years-P3 with children’s author Chris Naylor-Ballesteros; a full morning for P4-P7 classes with workshops delivered by our friends from the British charity Christian Aid and the award-winning children’s author Nicola Davies, and a pre-recorded workshop for High Schools.
We are grateful for the support of our friends at Scottish Book Trust for helping to make these lessons possible.