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“I was determined to contribute to something more meaningful and with a greater impact than my previous volunteering experience”

Emily Robinson, a primary school teacher in Alloa, was one of GLP’s youngest-ever participants and the experience reinforced for her that, although she does not have many years of experience under her belt, she has experience and insight that can truly have an impact. She had volunteered in churches and schools in Uganda between [...]

By |2019-05-13T15:47:32+00:00January 3rd, 2019|News, Uganda Case Study|0 Comments

“GLP has really helped me confirm who I am as a teacher at this early stage in my career”

Eilidh Ross-Menzies is a primary teacher in Aviemore who entered the profession four years ago. She travelled to Rwanda in 2018 in a bid to improve her resourcefulness, creativity and problem-solving skills in a totally new environment. Taking part in GLP has increased Eilidh’s confidence and allowed her to increasingly look towards leadership and [...]

By |2019-11-22T10:36:32+00:00January 3rd, 2019|News, Rwanda Case Study|0 Comments

“I became a teacher to give my pupils opportunities to form considered views on how they could positively impact on the world.”

Georgia Phillips was part of the GLP cohort of 2017. In the 18 months since her return, she has significantly enhanced her, and her school’s, delivery of Learning for Sustainability (LfS) and Global Citizenship. She is currently the Raising Attainment Champion and LfS Lead for her school, as well as an inspiration for empowering [...]

By |2019-05-13T15:47:35+00:00December 31st, 2018|News, Rwanda Case Study|0 Comments

“Our learning in Primary 2 made me think of ways to help others”

Emie is a primary school pupil in Stirling. In 2017 her teacher Georgia Phillips visited Rwanda as part of Global Learning Partnerships. Georgia then brought global citizenship to the fore of her lessons for her young pupils which has influenced their actions within and outwith the classroom. Emie said: "Our topic made [...]

By |2019-05-13T15:47:36+00:00December 31st, 2018|News, Rwanda Case Study|0 Comments