Date(s) - 18/11/2021
9:31 am - 12:31 pm
Do you or your learners want to change the world?
In this project, we invite students to learn the skills that will enable them to imagine the world they want to create in 2100, developing resolutions to protect future generations and exploring the ways that we can make changes now to make the world a better place.
Delegations from each participating school will first come to a Model United Nations to represent their country’s views on how we build a better future. After this event, we will support students to take action to make a change for the better in their communities, coming back together on March 9th to share changes made and explore long-term ideas of what the future could be.
First come, first served – open to 10 schools only.
When you register, you will receive an activity pack with guidance on how to develop futures thinking and resources for your class and students. This includes a presentation and activities including a step by step presentation on how to prepare for the Model United Nations.
This project is a great way to engage students with the ethical citizenship purpose of the New Curriculum in Wales. It forms a fantastic opportunity for School Councils to work together to create changes, or would simply work as an opportunity to support understanding of the impact that we can have on making a better future.
A minimum of 1 delegation per school (with an option for more) will join the Model Parliament via Zoom.
If you would like to find out more about futures thinking, the event and its resources, simply CLICK HERE!