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Local and Global Citizenship

Local and Global Citizenship

Mary Young

on 1 November 2018

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Transcript of Local and Global Citizenship

So, what is 'the best that has been thought and said', and who decided

Local and Global

Citizenship and PSHE in schools...
Rana Plaza,
Citizenship and PSHE are part of a non-statutory framework at Key Stages 1 and 2
Citizenship compulsory at KS 3 and 4.
PSHE non-statutory at KS 3 and 4.

Rana Plaza:
Over 1600 dead
Many companies not taking responsibility
So far little compensation
What is Global Citizenship ?
...understanding how we can think and act fairly, sustainably and peacefully in our diverse and interconnected world.
So, what does Local and Global Citizenship
look like in practice?

promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society

prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life
Citizenship same as before in primary and secondary.
PSHE still non-statutory, although sex and relationship education is statutory at
KS 3 and 4.

4.1 Teachers should set high expectations for every pupil...

Mary Young

What knowledge, skills and attitudes can be developed through an activity like Globingo?
Citizenship in the Whole School Ethos. The School Curriculum says:
2.1 Every state-funded school must offer a curriculum which is balanced and broadly based and which:

2.5 ‘All schools should make provision for personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE), drawing on good practice.’

and The National Curriculum Aims include:
3.1 The National curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens.
It introduces pupils to the best that has been thought and said
; and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement.

Schools also have statutory responsibilities in relation to promoting pupil wellbeing and pupil safeguarding (Children Act 2004)
Whole school (Section 5) Ofsted inspections consider the extent to which a school provides its pupils with a ‘broad and balanced curriculum that promotes their good behaviour and safety and their spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development’. Ofsted’s PSHE education grade descriptors make a clear connection between PSHE education and SMSC,
The DfE published a guidance document on PSHE education, which states that the subject is:
‘An important and necessary part of all pupils’ education’
https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/content.aspx?CategoryID=1053 accessed Jan 13th 2015
These duties are set out in the 2002 Education Act and the 2010 Academies Act.
The 2013 Ofsted PSHE report highlights the relationship between a school’s PSHE provision and overall effectiveness, noting:
“a close correlation between the grades that the schools in the survey were awarded for overall effectiveness in their last section 5 inspection, and their grade for PSHE education…”
Citizenship and PSHE :
In the National Curriculum in primary since 2000 ; in secondary since 2002
4.2 Teachers should take account of their duties under equal opportunities legislation that covers disability, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

4.3 A wide range of pupils have special educational needs, many of whom also have disabilities. Lessons should be planned to ensure that there are no barriers to
pupils achieving…

and... with regard to inclusion...
Why is Local and Global Citizenship important?
DfE (2013:4)The national curriculum in England
It depends on what you think education is for...
4.5 Teachers must also take account of the needs of pupils whose first language is not English.
What do you think education is for?
Why do you want to be a teacher?

Among 8-11 year olds, boys are more likely than girls to believe that all or most information they see on websites is true (66% vs. 56%) (p.90)

Social justice and equity
Elements of Global Citizenship
Peace and Conflict
Globalisation and interdependence
Identity and Diversity
Environmental sustainability
Nearly half of the British public believe Vote Leave’s claim that the UK pays £350 million a week to the European Union despite the figure being debunked, a poll shows.

Ipsos MORI found that 47 per cent of the public believe that the claim, which has been repeatedly criticised by the UK Statistics Authority, is true.

Just 39 per cent realise the figure, which has formed the centerpiece of the Leave campaign, is false, while 14 per cent do not know.

16th June 2016. The Independent
Online: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nearly-half-of-britons-believe-vote-leaves-false-350-million-a-week-to-the-eu-claim-a7085016.html
Accessed 18/7/16

Should that worry us?
What is your own school experience of Citizenship and PHSE?
At KS 1 and 2 the areas that Citizenship covers are:
Knowledge, skills and understanding in

Developing confidence and responsibility and making the most of their abilities
Preparing to play an active role as citizens
Developing a healthy, safer lifestyle
Developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people
PSHE: separate but connected
Think critically
How many links and connections can you make between you and this child?
1: Make links and connections to promote empathy
2. Think globally, act locally
4. Recognise and challenge stereotypes and discrimination.
5. Act sustainably
6. Notice and appreciate diversity
7. Learn more; walk the talk.

Knights and damsels?
What is it?
Citizenship and PSHE
Autumn 2017
Year 1
Amnesty International Write for Rights Campaigns
How many times do you boil the kettle when you make a hot drink?

Presented by: Tess Daly
Claudia Winkleman

Judges: Craig Revel Horwood
Bruno Tonioli
Darcey Bussell
Shirley Ballas

What do you do with clothes you no longer want?
Why is Fairtrade chocolate more sustainable than non-Fairtrade?
England poster, primary school, Spain.
Anything interesting or surprising from your reading?
But what does that look like?
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