Take Two (UNESCO) Islands is a partnership pathfinder learning project that explores what it means to be a global citizen using two island histories as catalyst. The Isle of Wight is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve off the South Coast of England and Rapa Nui (Easter Island) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Pacific Ocean. Both have thought-provoking histories of natural and cultural migration with legacies into the present, and from which we can learn about the future.
KS3 students studying the Global Curriculum at Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy Trust will explore these themes collaboratively and co-produce digital learning resources while doing so, in partnership with The Earth Museum.
We are looking for a passionate and creative global citizen educator to work with us on this project. Someone with the ability to promote world views and prepare students for life in modern Britain, and able to empathise with young people and understand their diverse needs. If you are the right person for this role, you can find out more here.
Post funded by The Earth Museum and hosted by Gosport and Fareham MAT