Educating for an Equal World
Our Work in Numbers
WWGS has worked with over 70% of post-primary schools to make GCE an important part of their school life since 2013.
Over 16,000 post-primary teacher engagements have taken place.
Over 1,000 grants have been awarded since 2013.
Over 250 WWWGS Global Passports have been awarded to schools since 2015.
April 7th 2022
WorldWise Global Schools Annual Student Conference. Theme: Degrowth.
April 7th 2022
WorldWise Global Schools Grant Call 2022/2023 opens from April 7th to May 13th 2022
May 13th 2022
WorldWise Global Schools Grant Call 2022/2023 deadline for application and End of Year Reports for 2021/2022
The biggest impact has been opening up students minds and thinking regarding global issues. Students have been forced to evaluate their role and responsibility as (a) citizen of the world. Students are being forced to comprehend possible solutions to global problems and investigated the many barriers which prevent..development in some parts of the world.
— Gillian Clarke, Ballymahon Vocational School
My TY students are now so enthusiastic and passionate about global citizenship education. They approach me informing me of global news stories and are shocked and appalled of the injustice of it all. It’s fantastic to see that they have such an interest in these issues.
— Laura Walsh, St. Mary’s Charleville
I feel the work they do is tremendous. It goes far beyond funding. The support at every level has allowed our school to root GCE at a whole school level. It is a ‘one stop shop’ to turn to for advice and support. Training is superb and offers teachers an opportunity to network and learn. The WWGS Global Passport is really essential for a school of our size to audit GCE in our school. The WWGS curriculum resources are exactly what teachers need. With all the recent changes with the new Junior Cycle, it marries very well. Where time is of the essence it presents teachers with ideas that has been warmly welcomed in our school