Global Citizenship Case Studies

In this series of case studies from schools across Scotland, we learn how and why staff have utilised Global Citizenship Education in their classrooms and throughout their practice.

 

Follow the links below to read and download the case studies.

You can also hear extracts from the interviews on Soundcloud.


A Sense of Pride, Respect, Love, Responsibility & Confidence: Lochardil Primary in Inverness has embedded Global Citizenship work into their ethos practice and daily life...

READ Lochardil Primary's case study here


A Sensory Experience: Kilmaron is a small rural school in Fife of up to 24 pupils with additional support needs. Its small staff and pupil body have a big impact on the world around them - locally, nationally and far beyond...

READ Kilmaron's case study here


All About Celebration: Oakgrove Primary is is a vibrant, growing school in the heart of Glasgow where over 30 languages are spoken and, like their ethos, their curriculum and practice is shaped around their unique pupil body...

READ Oakgrove's case study here


Inspire to Aspire: Teachers at Aberdeen's Bridge of Don Academy believe that equipping pupils with a solid, tangible skillset for life is part of their responsibility as educators...

READ Bridge of Don Academy's case study here


Learning At Its Best: A short walk from Old Aberdeen, Sunnybank Primary is a school of over 300 pupils that works closely with the Language Development Unit (LDU), Aberdeen School for the Deaf and hosts the city's EAL Service.

READ Sunnybank Primary's case study here


Unlocking Potential: Pentland Primary in Edinburgh encourage their pupils to understand and explore their place within the school, their locality and the wider world...

READ Pentland Primary's case study here


Making The Real World Real: The Mary Russell School in Paisley is the biggest ASN school in Scotland. With over 200 pupils aged 5 to 18 and from all over Renfrewshire, it aims to equip its young people with a broad skillset for life.

READ The Mary Russell School's case study here


What A Cheek!: North Berwick High have introduced Global Citizenship into their curriculum and daily practice, highlighting areas of relevance and making inter-disciplinary connections...

READ North Berwick's case study here


Real World Connections: Nairn Academy sees its role as providing a thorough, inclusive curriculum that prepares pupils not only for university, but for Further Education and the workplace...

READ Nairn Academy's case study here


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Researched and written by Josh Brown, Third Works

Visual content design by Richard Nicodème, Creative Context