Commonwealth Class training session
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 from 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Commonwealth Class is a joint initiative by The BBC, The British Council and The Commonwealth Institute; launched to help celebrate the value of The Commonwealth and connect its schools and young people to learn together about how to be active, responsible global citizens as part of the Commonwealth family.
Durham County Council's International Office is running a FREE training session for KS2/KS3 teachers who wish to make use of the new resources produced by these stakeholders to mark the Commonwealth games in Glasgow this year.
Commonwealth Class will enable more than 100,000 schools, 300,000 teachers and 17 million young people across the Commonwealth to access themed learning resources, take part in online exchanges and forums, and work on collaborative projects in cross-Commonwealth teams.
A special session has been arranged at County Hall, Durham to help teachers discover the resource materials which are aimed at pupils aged 7 – 14 years. The session will be suitable for KS2 teachers and for geography and citizenship leaders at KS3.
If you would like to sign up or find out more about this session, please contact Brian Stobie at email@example.com or by calling 03000 268 500.