Highland One World have launched a new resource for Early Level practitioners: ‘Seeds for Change’. The guide aims to support nursery practitioners (and P1 teachers) to help young children develop the knowledge, skills and values of global citizenship using a child-centred, play-based approach. It serves as an introduction to key themes such as anti-racism, gender and nature connection, with suggestions and case studies from across Scotland and signposting to more detailed sources of guidance if you’d like to find out more.
The resource can be downloaded from the Highland One World website: https://highlandoneworld.org.uk/for-teachers/resources/seeds-for-change/
A free online course on global citizenship through play at early level for Highland practitioners is on Wednesday 8 March from 4.30-6pm. Practitioners can book via the Highland Council CPD site (ID: 81667) or via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-global-citizenship-through-play-at-early-level-tickets-523986897917
This course will be repeated for Early Level practitioners across Scotland on Monday 24 April, 4.30-6pm. Booking is via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-global-citizenship-through-play-at-early-level-tickets-524627624347