Global Children

Celebrating Global Children – UN Charter Rights of the Child


The “Celebrating Global Children” programme delivers a range of training opportunities reflective of work carried out in the area of working with a diversity of cultures. The programme continues to be developed through the evaluation of participants. Each time it is delivered new sessions are added and the current issues addressed.

Find out more about the background of the Global Children programme…

Aims of the Programme :

  • To provide context to the lives of children and families living in a new culture
  • To highlight the issues facing refugee parents/carers and children in early years settings and schools
  • To illustrate good practice
  • To enable participants to plan appropriate support for every child no matter what their cultural background
  • To ensure anti-discriminatory practice
  • To develop awareness of global human interest issues
  • To develop knowledge and awareness of attachment/ separation/ loss
  • To encourage an understanding of the impact of living in two cultures
  • To enable information sharing, positive relationship building and bonding between staff and parents
  • To develop a deeper awareness of good practice, flexibility yet balance and continuity, consistent relationships and self-awareness

Course Content

The programme is made up of four, 6-hour sessions. Each session is a mixture of theory, practical and discussion workshops. This ensures the delegates become actively involved whenever possible. They are also invited to take the lead during some sessions, reflecting on their current practice.

The delivery is set up to suit the need of the delegates attending. The sessions can be offered during the day in twilight or evening sessions. We suggest a mixture, which will enable the delegates to attend the majority, if not all of the sessions.

  • “In Safe Hands” – Intro Session
  • Emotional Well-being / Positive Environment
  • Citizenship
  • Physical Play
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Drama and Role Play
  • Cultural Identity
  • Encouraging Positive Behaviour
  • The Importance of Language
  • Creative Music Making
  • Early Play Opportunities
  • Home Links / Festivals / Celebrations

See a detailed list of the course contents…

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