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Cambridge Global Perspectives Week took place from 1 to 7 March 2020, giving students and teachers the opportunity to find out more about our unique Cambridge Global Perspectives™ programme – showing them how they can build skills for life while learning about global issues.
We gave schools lesson plans and teaching resources so they could try a Global Perspectives lesson. Schools then shared what they did during these lessons on our social media channels, uploading photos and videos using the #GlobalPerspectivesWeek hashtag.
Our free lesson plans for younger and older students are still available and can be downloaded and run at any time. Each lesson is an hour long and focuses on developing one key skill.
In this section of our website you can also find the results of our Cambridge Global Perspectives survey, which reveals the views of thousands of students aged 13-19 on global issues. There are also stories from teachers and students who are already teaching and studying Cambridge Global Perspectives; a showcase of some of the projects students have completed as part of their Cambridge Global Perspectives studies and blogs from teachers and education experts about the benefits of the programme.
If you would like to trial a Cambridge Global Perspectives lesson with your students, we have created free lesson plans and resources for primary and secondary school aged students in the documents below.
Cambridge Global Perspectives Primary lesson plan pack (PDF, 7MB)
Cambridge Global Perspectives Secondary lesson plan pack (PDF, 7MB)