Inspiring learning for a fairer future

Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning


Learning for the Sustainable Development Goals - Level 2

A free course designed for GTCS registered teachers and early years practitioners in Scotland. Combining an interactive and participatory approach, Learning for the Sustainable Development Goals (Level 2) will support teachers in developing their confidence, knowledge and skills to bring the 17 UN SDGs alive in the classroom and beyond.

Links to to Curriculum for Excellence will be made explicit, as will the national and international contexts which support young people to critically engage in real world issues. Teachers will gain a range of practical methodologies and resources to use in schools.

The course will explore:

  • Central ideas in Global Citizenship and links with the SDGs
  • Classroom activities for exploring the SDGs
  • Links between SDGs and Children's Rights
  • Good practice and case studies from across Scotland


Course Venues and Dates (this is a 3 part course - attendance to all parts is required):


Venue: Aviemore Primary School, Aviemore, Strathspey

Dates: 13/02/20, 19/03/20, 14/05/20  Twilight sessions, 4-6pm

Highland CPD service code: 69025


Venue: Newton Park Primary School, Wick

Dates: 27/02/20, 18/03/20, 06/05/20  Twilight sessions, 4-6pm

Highland CPD service code: 69020


Venue: Gairloch Primary School, Gairloch

Dates: 04/03/20, 22/04/20, 17/06/20  Twilight sessions, 4-6pm

Highland CPD service code: 69028


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This course consists of two twilight sessions (2 hours face-to-face each) followed by a final One-hour (also face-to-face) training session.

A course certificate will be issued upon completion of all three parts.

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