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Our learning community

Our amazing community of educators have been teaching students about the Global Goals and inspiring the next generation of change makers. 

To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, here’s a small selection of some of their brilliant work.


Bhavna Mathew – IBPYP Educator at Pathways World School, India

Bhavna has been teaching her students about the Global Goals with a focus on protecting our planet. As well as using World’s Largest Lesson resources, they have taken part in two brilliant partner projects: the Global Goals Project and the Climate Action Project. They are a great way to connect with other schools while teaching the Global Goals – check them out!

You can see a video compiling some of Bhavna’s students’ work below.

Mary Paterson – Head Teacher of Dunbarney Primary School, UK

Mary describes how she and her team have been working during lockdown: “Whilst the school building was closed, students carried on learning at home. In May and June we had a whole school focus on Global Goals. Our theme was: We all have a responsibility to make small changes and collectively we can make a difference.

To keep parents and the wider community involved and informed we shared information about this learning via Facebook and Twitter. We used SWAY via Office 360 to collate the learning.”

Click the links below to find out more.

Primary 6: Inequalities

Primary 4: Explorers and World Water Day

Primary 1: Setting our Global Goals

Tony Muchiri – Teacher at Crawford International School, Kenya

Tony has been doing amazingly creative work, making animal sculptures using recycled materials to raise awareness of the SDGs!
“I have a Rhino head to create awareness about the northern white rhino which is almost extinct, with the only remaining animals in the world being two females in Olpajeta conservancy Kenya. I also have a turtle to create awareness on global warming which is causing temperatures to be too high for the hatching of turtle eggs into the male gender, which has created a bigger proportion of females with no males to mate with. I’m currently making an elephant sculpture.”

Alongside his teaching, Tony is author of several leadership books and a leadership consultant. You can find out more about Tony’s work here.

#OBEC Young Leaders for SDGs, Thailand

The Ministry of Education in Thailand has been doing fantastic work to train the next generation of SDG educators – across the whole country!

In August this year they held a national workshop called Train the Teachers of SDGs. The workshop led to the creation of teams of master trainers, who will go on to train and mentor teachers for the national SDG youth leadership programme.

Monica Durning – Teacher at St Columba’s High School, UK

Finally, Monica has been teaching students about SDG 13: Climate Action using our brand new climate learning resources in their art and design class, where they made some recycled face masks!

A huge thank you to all the educators helping children and young people teaching children about the Global Goals. To join our community sign up to the newsletter here and if you’d like to share your own work get in touch!

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