Strengthen your employability and life skills, gain the ASDAN Universities Award, make new friends, and broaden your global outlook
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It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to amazing countries, have fun, and learn about global issues. On your trip, you will develop knowledge, skills and values you can take beyond school into your life as an adult.
This starts with your Destination Manager facilitating a Global Learning Workshop at your school. Here you’ll start thinking about the meaning of development, how the SDGs link to activities on your trip, and how your own actions as global citizens can contribute positively towards a better world.
Many of the topics you will experience first-hand in-country are also taught within the curriculum. What better way to appreciate the complexities of poverty reduction in Nepal than by meeting people living and working there? Or if coral reef ecosystems are your thing, then snorkelling to compare reef health off the Zanzibar coast is certainly one way to bring the subject to life!
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Raising funds towards the trip cost is a key element of your personal development, and comes with a great sense of achievement! We have extensive experience in helping school teams across the UK raise funds effectively for trips.
An amazing memorable trip - truly a once in a lifetime trip that was more like an educational holiday than a school trip.
Global Action were great - in every way. The organisation was great, the info was comprehensive, they tried to prepare the girls (fitness especially) and the trip leader (Tim) was absolutely fantastic.
I expected to learn a lot and we did. Expected pupils to engage, be inspired, challenged, shaken out of their comfort zones - most were at some point although this trip will probably affect them for the future too in ways yet unknown.