Global Learning London


HEC has a range of training offers around Global Learning topics. Our Associates have a wealth of experience and specialist knowledge to enthuse and enlighten teachers, and to enliven schools.

HEC is a five star provider on the government’s Global Learning Programme.

Thinking through Migration (Twilight)

With migration high on the global media’s agenda, our role as educators is to provide our children with the tools to make sense of this controversial issue. This workshop provides teachers with practical tools to think critically through the migration debate with their children.…

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Kindred Spirits ~ Shared Values

Kindred Spirits ~ Shared Values (3 afternoons + on-going support)

This year-long course over three afternoon assists schools to respond in a measured and considered way to the British Values requirement, drawing on expertise developed in the field of global learning.…

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Philosophy for Children – 8th & 15th June 2018

Philosophy for Children, Level 1 with Certificate 8th & 15th June 2018 at the London International Development Centre

Philosophy for children is a process of critical thinking with students, which enhances self-esteem, speaking and listening and thinking skills.

HEC has developed and been trialling Philosophy for Children sessions with a Global Learning focus in schools.…

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Improving Children’s Literacy using Global Stories

Improving Children’s Literacy using Global Stories (1 day)

In this training day run by a professional storyteller-educator, teachers will learn practical ways to use storytelling in class to enhance pupils’ literacy and explore global values, be introduced to a specially selected collection of stories from around the world, and develop confidence and skill in how to use storytelling as a medium for education.…

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Thinking Critically through Prevent

Thinking Critically through Prevent (Twilight) £75/delegate, £300/school

This twilight with a WRAP accredited trainer explores the Prevent Duty with criticality and integrity. Using a social justice model and exploring the history of Prevent, it considers how teachers can deliver their duty with care and consideration.…

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Using Storybooks for P4C

Using Storybooks for P4C (Twilight), £500 with P4C kit, £75 without

This hands-on twilight draws on a wealth of knowledge, expertise and resources from the Tower Hamlets Schools Library Service to give teachers new ideas on how to use Storybooks and other stimuli to instigate philosophical enquiry.…

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