Global Learning London

What we do –

We work with children, young people and their wider communities, to cultivate optimism and action for a more just and sustainable world.

Why we do it –

We believe that a kinder, more equitable world is possible, one where people and planet thrive to their full potential and beyond.

How we do it –

  • We work together with teachers and schools to open up spaces for learning and enquiry into how to be better facilitators for our children’s growth and where global perspectives and indigenous wisdoms are central.
  • We create workshops, festivals and encounters to forge connections between children, young people and their local communities. We ensure families, small local businesses, and community are part of the conversation, and that children’s voices flow into them, and are amplified within them.
  • We plant seeds for learner-led projects, then move out of the way and cheer them on as they grow. We seek to create environments where we are all learners – where power is truly shared.
  • We change systems. We lobby government and local councils to reform education, from the bottom up.
  • We do all this with curiosity, creativity and critical thinking, and with art and culture at the heart.
  • We are not afraid to challenge and be challenged. Because our cause is greater than our fear.

What we do –

We work with children, young people and their wider communities, to cultivate optimism and action for a more just and sustainable world.

Why we do it –

We believe that a kinder, more equitable world is possible, one where people and planet thrive to their full potential and beyond.

How we do it –

  • We work together with teachers and schools to open up spaces for learning and enquiry into how to be better facilitators for our children’s growth and where global perspectives and indigenous wisdoms are central.
  • We create workshops, festivals and encounters to forge connections between children, young people and their local communities. We ensure families, small local businesses, and community are part of the conversation, and that children’s voices flow into them, and are amplified within them.
  • We plant seeds for learner-led projects, then move out of the way and cheer them on as they grow. We seek to create environments where we are all learners – where power is truly shared.
  • We change systems. We lobby government and local councils to reform education, from the bottom up.
  • We do all this with curiosity, creativity and critical thinking, and with art and culture at the heart.
  • We are not afraid to challenge and be challenged. Because our cause is greater than our fear.

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