Schools

IDEAS members work individually and collaboratively in Scottish schools supporting global citizenship, learning for sustainability and rights across the curriculum. They work across all sectors, from early years to secondary, mainstream and special, offering a range of services.

Schools
  • Professional Learning courses and workshops for teachers and other educators
  • Development, coordination and delivery of projects
  • Stride, an online magazine for teachers and educators featuring articles on global issues, practical classroom activities and useful resources, as well as news from schools and IDEAS members
  • Development, signposting, loan and sale of classroom resources

These activities cover a range of themes and approaches, including:

  • Fair trade and trade justice
  • Human rights
  • Sustainable development
  • Participative learning
  • Peace Education
  • Race equality
  • Media awareness
  • School partnerships

For all global citizenship development

  • Bridge 47 recruiting Research Consultant on SDG Target 4.7!

    The position is aimed at providing evidence-based, policy-oriented, and publication-quality research for developing an indicator for measuring SDG Target 4.7 (May-July 2019)

  • Our LfS event at Scottish Parliament

    On Thursday October 4th 2018, IDEAS' members gathered together for an event at Scottish Parliament sponsored by Ross Greer MSP, titled 'Equity and Excellence through LfS'. With guest speakers including pupils from St. John's Academy and Carnoustie High, our focus was on the vital role of Learning for Sustainability in closing the poverty-related attainment gap.

Global Learning Programme training in your area here

Find out more and
get involved

  • Bridge 47 Bridge 47

    IDEAS is the Scottish Partner of Bridge 47, a project co-created and implemented by 15 European and global civil society organisations.

  • Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning

    Discover the power of Learning for Sustainability.

  • Global Learning Programme Scotland Global Learning Programme Scotland

    Global Learning Programme Scotland offered practical fully-funded support to clusters, schools and teachers to develop global citizenship across the curriculum and through whole school activities. The Programme was aimed at all sectors - primary, secondary (including transition) and additional support needs.