DEED is a centre for global education and learning.
We encourage and inspire teachers and pupils to develop their understanding of global issues and cultural diversity
In the past year (1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014) DEED trained 257 Headteachers, Governors and Teachers and ran workshops with 1,421 pupils
It will help to develop the pupils’ speaking and listening skills, questioning skills and critical thinking
Merley First School attended Philosophy for Children Course
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Places still available but booking up fast
Children’s literacy in a global society: Inspiring confident and creative learners on Wednesday 17 June 2015.
Michael Rosen (writer, poet, performer and broadcaster) an exciting opportunity to hear him share his unique perspective on the curriculum and talk about how global learning should be central to the education of every child.
The Chinese resources provided a wonderful taste of China. They loved it, especially the dressing up, pots and pans etc
Archbishop Wake Primary School borrowed Chinese Home Corner
Brilliant to ‘practise’ – to experience P4C first hand rather than just be told
St Michael’s Primary School Lyme Regis attended Philosophy for Children Course
- Philosophy for Children Courses 1 and 8 July 2015 , 4 and 11 November 2015
- Global Teacher Award 3 June 2015
- Learn about the Nepal earthquake with Oxfam, British Red Cross and Geographical Association resources . DEED also has a Nepalese resource collection available to borrow.
- Gypsy Roma Traveller Month free event on Friday 29 May 2015
- Fantastic film project for learners Close-up on Climate
- New Send My Friend to School 2015 resources
- New ActionAid resources looking at food and hunger
- Curriculum Planning Inset available in school at a time to suit
- DEED and the Global Learning Programme (GLP). FREE Courses available to GLP registered schools.
- Surya’s Story A Theatre in Education piece that looks at the Rights of the Child and Fair Trade. A few dates still available contact email@example.com
The course was fantastic! The trainers delivered it in a very professional manner and promoted deep discussion. Their knowledge about what they were teaching was extensive. I find it hard to think of any ways in which the course could be improved Teacher on a Global Teacher Award Course