The Global Learning Programme. FAQs for GA members. What is the Global Learning Programme (GLP)?.
The Global Learning Programme
FAQs for GA members
The GLP is a ground-breaking new programme which supports teachers to help their pupils learn about the challenges our world faces, their role within a global society, and think critically about with issues such as development, poverty, globalisation interdependence.
The programme is based on a peer-to-peer model, sharing expertise in Global Learning through a national network of GLP Expert Centre schools. Watch the GA websitefor updates and opportunities to get involved.
Secretary of State Justine Greening launches the GLP at St Mary Star of the Sea School, Hastings (DfID image)
The GLP key themes are knowledge:
As a result, the programme will:
Primary Geography Quality Mark (PGQM) and
Secondary Geography Quality Mark (SGQM) both support the GLP Whole School Framework.
You can do either first.
The PGQM and SGQM, like other awards, offer evidence that schools have achieved some Global Learning Criteria (as set out in the Whole School Framework).
We colour coded how well the QMs supported the GLP criteria for PGQM Silver Level andSGQM.
Find out more about the new QM frameworks here
No: the two programmes are separate, but complementary: we’ve made it easy to join the GLP, but you must still register.
You’ll find most of what you need on: