Global Perspectives

Globe Simulation Model

Global Perspectives develops the skills of research, analysis, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication. It strengthens cross-curricular links between English as a first or second language, mathematics, science and digital literacy.

Primary Global Perspectives

Key Stage 1 - Primary Years 1 and 2

In this programme, students are introduced to the skills of research, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication. Students develop these skills by exploring their local and wider community and beginning to make connections on a global level.

Global Perspectives reinforces learning and skills developed in English, Science, Maths, and STEM. It develops cross-curricular skills at an early age which supports students in their studies as they progress through HAIS Primary School.

Key Stage 2 - Primary Years 3 - 6

The programme develops the skills of research, analysis, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication and offers valuable opportunities to reinforce links with and skills learnt in English, Mathematics, Science and ICT. The students will develop and embed cross-curricular skills at an earlier age, supporting them in their studies as they progress to HAIS Lower Secondary and beyond.

Secondary Global Perspectives

Global Perspectives in Lower Secondary is made up of a series of ‘Challenges’. There are six Challenges a year. Each challenge is subdivided into a range of activities, and covers a range of skills. The skills are developed through exploring a wide range of topics using personal, local, and global perspectives. These topics are similar in nature to the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus, allowing secondary schools to develop and embed cross-curricular skills at an earlier age. Teachers help students to look at a variety of global issues or topics that give a range of contexts.

IGCSE Global Perspectives

Cambridge IGCSE Global Perspectives is a groundbreaking and stimulating course that stretches across traditional subject boundaries and develops transferable skills. It is both cross-curricular and skills-based and taps into the way learners of today enjoy learning, including teamwork, presentations, projects, and working with other learners around the world. The emphasis is on developing the ability to think critically about a range of global issues where there is always more than one point of view.

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