WCIA to hold first digital Global Learning Conference on anti-racist approaches into the Curriculum for Wales

Our first digital conference taster will bring together schools, policy makers and government officials to focus on the role global learning will have in tackling racial equality in the new curriculum for Wales 2022. 

The new curriculum has the international context flowing through all Areas of Learning and Experience, and global citizenship understanding, skills and values are visible throughout the Framework. 

This is a  Wales Alliance for Global Learning event, and over 100 schools are registered to take part tomorrow

The Successful Futures through Global Learning Conference Taster , will include a Q&A with Minister for Education Kirsty Williams, a workshop taster session on Global Citizenship and #BlackLivesMatter and a chance to hear more from a school case study.

This conference will support you to deliver the four purposes of the new Curriculum for Wales by:

  • Sharing practical ideas for how you can deliver the four purposes through global citizenship approaches across Areas of Learning and Experience
  • Finding out what support is available to help you and your school
  • Answering your questions about the curriculum

Take a look at the policy paper HERE to find out more about the impact that global learning can have on racial equality and click here to book your ticket to the conference – limited spaces are now available so you’ll need to be quick!

You can also learn more about the work we do surrounding Global Learning