Join us for our first ever Online Schools Forum on Wednesday 27th March!
Find it hard to get along to physical events to get information about school partnerships and Learning for Sustainability? Well, that’s not a problem with our new format! All you’ll need is a laptop and an Internet connection.
Interested in finding out more about the Connecting Classrooms for Global Learning programme? We’ll be joined by Kirsten Leask, the programme manager in Scotland who’ll give us the run down on what’s on offer and how to apply.
Always wondered what’s available to support Global Learning in your classroom? Charlotte Dwyer from Scotdec and IDEAS will be on hand to let you know what resources are available from their network.
Want to find out how to get a school partnership off the ground with a school in Malawi or how to use Malawi as a topic in your classroom? The SMP’s very own Youth and Schools Officer, Gemma Burnside will give you the low down on how she can support you to start a partnership.
There will be the opportunity to ask questions throughout the session with dedicated time at the end to discuss who is doing what in different areas of the country. Have a look at the programme of the session below:
4.40pm Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning - Introduction from Kirsten Leask
5.00pm Support on offer from Scotdec/IDEAS – Charlotte Dwyer
5.20pm Support from the SMP – Gemma Burnside
Join us for an interactive online session from 4.30pm on Wednesday 27th March. If you’re interested in signing up, email Beata in the SMP team on or register via Eventbrite and we’ll get back to you with full details of what to expect and how to join the session.