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Global Citizenship

A group of DASP First Schools are working with Peter Barton and DEED to look at Global Citizenship. This is being used as a major element of these schools attaining Level 2 Rights Respecting School Status.

A First meeting was held on Friday 23rd October 2009 at the Prince of Wales First School.

Attending were:

Cerne Abbas First School
Frome Valley First School
Milborne First School
Piddle Valley First School
Prince of Wales First School
Puddletown First School
St Mary's RC First School
Winterbourne Valley First School

plus Independent Adviser Peter Barton with Louise Boston-Mammah and Sarah Wise from DEED.

Programme for Day 5 (Monday 17th May 2010)

Course Resources

Day 1 - 23rd October 2009
Introduction to Global Citizenship

Download Peter Barton's Powerpoint presentation from the day.

Download the Evaluation of the first day

Images from the Introduction day (click on thumbnail for full size image).

The Gingerbread man diagrams created on the day.(click on thumbnail for full size image).


Day 2 - 9th November 2009
Fairtrade and its implications.

Download the Programme for the day.

Download the DEED Resource list

Download Evaluation of Day 2

FairTrade Quiz

Clothing Quiz

Day 3 - 18th January 2010
The Rights of the Child and Community Cohesion

Programme for the session (from Peter Barton)

Download these Resources from the day:

Community Cohesion through the Curriculum

Community Cohesion (DEED Version)

Whole School Audit

Planning and Review Framework

Overview of Community Cohesion

Model Policy

Key Elements Overview


Useful Links


DEED is an educational charity that promotes global education across the county of Dorset.

DEED is one of a network of 45 accredited Development Education Centres across the UK and a member of the Development Education Association .

Development Education seeks to explore the links between our own lives and those of people throughout the world, recognising ways in which we are all dependent on each other, pointing out the reasons for inequalities in the world at all levels, and helping people tackle these inequalities in their own everyday lives and actions.

Global Dimension Website

This website is a guide to books, films, posters and web resources which support global, intercultural and environmental understanding for all age groups and subjects.

Oxfam for Global Citizenship

Resources and advice for schools

Development Education Association

Their vision is for all citizens to understand the global challenges we face and develop the capabilities to create a more just and sustainable world.