A 21st century curriculum demands that a school prepares pupils to live and work in an interdependent global society, in ‘Primary Global Citizenship’.


Amy Aviss, Year 4 teacher at St Martha's Primary School in King's Lynn, believes her pupils should be introduced to social, political, environmental and economic issues that are part of our world.


The children have been working with the West Norfolk Development Education Agency on a half-term project about India, learning about saris, traditional dances and the mathematics of living on a tiny income as many in Calcutta do.

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