All Saints Catholic Primary School in Anfield, Liverpool has become the first primary school in the UK to be awarded Gold Level of the prestigious Global School Awards in recognition of its long-term whole school commitment to creative, impactful and innovative global education.

The Global School Awards celebrate the achievements of schools that do outstanding work in developing and embedding the key value, wide power and impactful benefits of global education.

Supporting and celebrating the global dimensions of teaching and learning have always been at the heart of the work of the Global School Alliance so that all students can gain the skills, knowledge and experiences required for living and working in today’s globalised world.

Jeremy Barnes, Headteacher said: “The school is overwhelmed to receive this award and to be the first Gold school within the UK Global School Alliance network. It is a fitting reward for the work of staff, pupils and parents over many years, forging partnerships across the world. We are delighted to be working alongside the Global School Alliance to ensure that young people work together across borders for the future benefits of our common home.”

It is a fitting reward for the work of staff, pupils and parents over many years, forging partnerships across the world.

Thomas Camilleri, Founder and CEO, Global School Alliance said; “The excellent commitment to impactful global work from All Saints has earned It well-deserved recognition with the Gold Level of the Global School Awards. We are proud and delighted to be working with this great school; many thanks to everyone for all this excellent commitment to developing global work and sharing their creative classroom practice and global activities.”

John Rolfe MBE, Community and Partnerships Manager, Global School Alliance said: “This is great Innovative and enriching education for all pupils and we thank you for your collaboration with overseas partner schools and supporting learners to appreciate a better understanding of the world. Global work across the curriculum is critical to bridge boundaries and open up exciting opportunities to have authentic learning experiences In stimulating ways across subject areas.

Global Educators at the most important people in the world and schools looking to join our supportive and engaging Global Network should contact us at the Global School Alliance.”