Primary global learning liaison group [Membership, 2010]

  • Jeff Serf, University of Wolverhampton [Chair]  
  • Steve Ashton, Newport Junior School, Telford  
  • Kevin Bailey, Hagley Primary, Worcestershire  
  • Ben Ballin, Tide~ global learning     
  • Rupert Brakspear, Worcestershire LA  
  • Roland Clark, Staffordshire LA  
  • Sian Dark, Coventry LA  
  • Jenny Doyle, Oxfordshire LA  
  • Cathryn Gathercole, Tide~ global learning  
  • Dalvir Gill, CREC, University of Worcester  
  • Richard Green, Coventry LA  
  • Jane Howard, Worcestershire LA  
  • Deborah Hull, The Playhouse  
  • Sarah Humphreys, John Baskeyfield Primary, Stoke on Trent/Mbollou Music  
  • Marilyn Mottram, Birmingham LA  
  • Paula Owens, Geographical Association  
  • Carol Phillips, Sandwell LA/Erdington Hall Primary, Birmingham  
  • Claire Plumb, Leicester Masaya Link Group  
  • Kate Russell, Staffordshire LA 
  • Balbir Sohal, Coventry LA  
  • Faye Walters, Soil Association   
  • Marian Wootton, Dudley LA  

Conference 30th March 2010
Ideas into action ~ global learning in primary schools
 
Key Speakers:  

  • Cathryn Gathercole, Tide~ global learning  
  • Lin Reilly, Kings Norton Primary School  
  • Robin Richardson, Insted Consultancy   
  • Jeff Serf and John Oakley, University of Wolverhampton 

Consultation session, May 2010

 Primary Liaison Group members: 

  • Gemma Carter, Sharman’s Cross Primary, Solihull
  • Paula Clay, Crocketts Community Primary, Sandwell
  • Dr Fran Martin, University of Exeter
  • John Rhymer, Worcestershire LA  
  • Diane Swift, University of Wolverhampton  
  • Sally Wood, Chaddesley Corbett Primary, Worcestershire  

Project - Global learning, leadership and the new primary curriculum

  • Kevin Bailey, Hagley Primary, Worcestershire  
  • Deborah Clarke, Lodge Primary, Sandwell  
  • Jude Duffy, Church Preen Primary, Shropshire  
  • Jill Evans, Kings Norton Primary, Birmingham  
  • Lin Reilly, Kings Norton Primary, Birmingham        

The conference and the Thinkpiece also drew on the work of teacher groups involved in a range of exploratory projects:

  • A world of investigations ~ Global learning and Science
  • Global learning, global teaching ~ Gambia Study Visit Course 2010
  • Kings Norton Primary School ~ Whole School Project
  • Less is More? ~ Worcestershire
  • Solihull Global Dimension Network
  • Successful, confident and responsible global learners ~ Sandwell
  • Talking Global Geography
  • Tide~ Book Group

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