Alongside our ongoing programme of global learning CPD and workshops for pupils, we run a variety of projects with local and international partners. All of our projects utilise and develop our expertise in delivering global learning for children, young people, educators and the community. Browse the links below or contact us to find out more.
EU-funded DEAR project Get UP & Goals! (GUAG) Exploring the Sustainable Development Goals and embedding them within school curricula with partners from Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Romania, Spain, Poland, the Netherlands, Hungary and Austria. This project has produced free downloadable resources and a Geo-History textbook, you can check them out on the project website: here
InterCap (a DEAR project) is a 3-year project from Nov. 2017 to Oct. 2020, funded by EuropeAid. The project will establish European CSOs-university networks, build the capacities of the education actors and promote global learning on migration, security and sustainable development in an interdependent world. Check out the InterCap website for free online training modules about migration, security and sustainable development: here
You can also read the Executive Summary of our Audit Report for Stakeholders here: InterCap_1.1.1._Summary Report
Engaging Disengaged in Transition (EDiT) is developing a mini curriculum across 4 EU countries to support learners at risk of exclusion from mainstream schools. EDiT is funded by Erasmus+.
DEPAL is a new Erasmus+ funded project that aims to support educators to better motivate their adult learners through the use of creative facilitation techniques, and improve their use of digital technologies through the digital storytelling method.
The partnership includes seven organisations from across 5 European countries.
The project website has further information about our partners and the work we will be doing over the coming months, and will be updated with useful resources for adult educators wanting to find out more about creative facilitation and digital storytelling.
The aim in the School of Tomorrow project – SOT- is collecting ideas and methods to create an inclusive school. A school where all kind of students, regardless of background, physical and/or psychological difficulties, social groups or similar, will be able to reach their educational goals. School of Tomorrow is an Erasmus+ supported project.
The Teacher Education for Equity & Sustainability Network is managed in partnership with Liverpool Hope University aims to develop a UK wide community of practice in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship within teacher education in higher education and schools, that shares research and practice to develop new understanding across the sector in the UK and beyond.
Counter Narratives (BSBT) Giving teachers and community workers the skills to hold difficult conversations around radicalisation and extremism, and exploring digital means of creating and sharing stories and resources that undermine extreme narratives.
P4CE (Erasmus+) Using communities of enquiry methodologies to discuss controversial issues including extremism and radicalisation, with partners in Hungary, Poland and Sweden. The project will include training in Philosophy for Children, plus a wide range of delivery and the development of a toolkit for educators
Fruitfull Communities – tree-planting and sustainability project in partnership with the International Tree Foundation and Learning through Landscapes. Two editions of this project saw us deliver sessions with young people and adults in hostel settings.