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Today was Day 1 of our 2019 Global Goals summer enrichment programme and so students were excused from their normal timetable to attend a range of different activities designed to reflect some of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These goals are a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for us all and they address some of the global challenges we face such as ending poverty, climate change, inequality and ensuring education and clean water for all.
Over the 2-day programme, students will attend presentations and discussions about key issues such as the health effects of smoking and substance abuse, gender equality and women’s rights, e-safety and cyber-bullying. They will explore the wide-ranging impacts of crime; have a chance to play the ‘Trainer Challenge’ to help them understand how an impoverished Peruvian family strive to produce footwear to sell at a local market; gain valuable life-saving and first-aid skills and be asked to consider what it means to be British and what we mean by the term ‘British Values’. Everyone will also pick up a rounder’s bat for a spell of healthy physical education and have a session in self-defence to help the stay safe. The programme includes a practical lesson in the Food Tech rooms to make ‘fake-aways’ as an alternative to phoning the local take-away outlet. Self-awareness is also a key part of the Global Goals programme and students will experience a mindfulness workshop and reflect on the issue of body-image.