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NLSIN has recently become Connect, The Network for Global Learning in Education.

Connect provides on-going specialist support for its member schools in accessing and gaining maximum benefit from international funding, training, and curriculum development opportunities. 
CONNECT works very closely with the British Council and the manager is a British Council School’s Ambassador.  There is evidence, through Ofsted reports, that global learning work in Connect schools has helped them to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ judgement’. 


Benefits:

  • guidance and support in developing both funded and non-funded global school projects
  • support in embedding global learning and active citizenship across the curriculum
  • unique opportunities to participate in Connect projects (e.g. New York, China)
  • a network of advice from other schools
  • support with gaining accreditation.
     

The Global Dimension to education can:

  • improve standards
  • enhance delivery in all curriculum areas
  • support outstanding spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) skills development.


Staff Development:
Connect runs an annual CPD programme as well as providing tailor made staff INSET and bespoke training.

Case Studies

 

For more information contact
Anne Roots
Connect Manager
020 8359 7798

anne.roots@barnet.gov.uk
 

 

  • “The service is a valuable tool in developing a global approach in our school.”
    CONNECT Member’s Survey 2017
  • “This service has been invaluable for us over the years. The team have been incredibly supportive and understand our needs.”
    CONNECT Member’s Survey 2017
  • “CONNECT training sessions are always very well organised, informative and inspiring.”
    CONNECT Member’s Survey 2017
  • “Sessions are always very useful, not only in content but by offering an opportunity to network and share experiences with others.”
    CONNECT Member’s Survey 2017