Young people on the global stage: their education and influence CPD

Wednesday 3rd December 2014, 4-6pm, Council House, Birmingham



This was an open meeting for teachers as part of the 'Young people on the global stage: their education and influence' project, co-funded by the European Union to find out more about the active citizenship strand with young people. 

This three year curriculum development project for secondary schools in collaboration with colleagues in Germany, Spain, The Gambia and Kenya engages students in questions such as ‘How do we feed our cities?’, ‘How can we sustain our cities?; and ‘How can we transform our cities’ economies - for jobs and  inclusive growth?’. 

For details of 2015-16 activities, and currrent meetings, contact us by e-mail or see

This meeting aimed to:

  • Review activities and resources so far;
  • Plan activities for the coming year focussing on student activities including leadership development and conference;
  • Review communication with partners including introduction to online sharing platform and video from Spanish partners.

The project will be of interest to subject teachers and those with a responsibility for curriculum development or teaching and learning, particularly at KS3.

For more information about the project and how to get involved contact 0121 303 8298 or

This project is co-funded by the European Union




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