Support Zone

What We Offer

WorldWise Global Schools aims to support post-primary schools integrate Global Citizenship Education into all aspects of teaching and learning.

We do this by providing a comprehensive range of supports and interventions for schools — including grant funding, training, events, resources and personalised support from our staff team. 

Whether you are just starting off or you have been exploring GCE for many years, we are here to support you on your next steps.

Support from our Education Officers

We have Education Officers based in Dublin, Galway, Waterford and Wicklow  who are on hand to provide guidance and support for Global Citizenship Education in your school. You may chat with them by phone or email and can organise a visit to the school.

School Support

Grant funding is available to Schools and Organisations working in the post-primary sector in Ireland. To find out more please click here:

Grants Info
Teacher Training & Events

WWGS provide a suite of Global Citizenship Education trainings and events for teachers. This includes regional trainings at the beginning of the school year, and a National training in January/ February each year. More details here:

CPD Opportunities
Resources and Tools

WWGS have developed a series of guidelines to help schools approach GCE. This includes curriculum guides and resource sheets on Global Justice thematic areas.  The latter offer suggested activities, videos and actions you can undertake with students on a range of Global justice issues.

Resource Library
Global Passport Award programme

The Global Passport Award is an EU recognised quality mark, which offers schools a framework to integrate Global Citizenship Education into their teaching and learning. It is a self-assessed and externally-audited accreditation and it is open to all post-primary schools in Ireland. Find out more:

Global Passport Award
    “As I was new to global citizenship education, the support provided was invaluable. I would not have been able to progress with the project without the support WWGS provided.”
    Orla McGuinness, Teacher at Errigal College