The Global Schools Award is based on the Benchmarks for the Global Dimension. The Benchmarks define achievement at three different Levels (‘Developing, Established and Enhanced’). To receive the award, schools need to demonstrate achievement across the following areas:
Your school needs to decide the appropriate level to apply for the award. To help you do this please view the benchmarks for the three levels of the Award (Developing, Established and Enhanced) and decide the level at which the school wants to apply. It is suggested that Level 2 is the most appropriate entry level for schools that have completed the Global Learning Programme.
To gain an award your school should submit a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate that 14 of the 19 elements, five of which are compulsory (shown in red on the Benchmarks document) have been met. The elements should be spread over 5 or more of the 7 areas listed above.
For further guidance, please see the Moving Forward section of this website which has examples of the type of evidence which must be compiled for each of the elements.
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