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

January 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

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 [...]

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

December 31st, 2018|0 Comments

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 [...]

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

December 31st, 2018|0 Comments

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 [...]

“GLP gives you the opportunity to make great connections which will ensure the journey begins long before you step on the plane and long after you arrive back in Scotland.”

October 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Tom Simpson is a Depute Head Teacher in Aberdeen. He secured this role shortly before leaving for his GLP summer placement in Rwanda and knew the trip would be useful for developing [...]

“Learning for Sustainability will help my ASN pupils have a better understanding of the world.”

October 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Astrid Patrigeon, an Additional Support Needs (ASN) teacher in Aberdeen, originally took part in Global Learning Partnerships in 2016 and returned as a Team Lead in 2018. Both trips took her to [...]

“GLP will have a huge impact on my Geography teaching.”

October 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Laura Gauld is a Geography teacher in Aberdeenshire. She travelled in Rwanda in 2018 in a bid to improve her first-hand experience of different cultures to better platform the teaching of [...]