We have the tools, experience and expertise to support you drive whole school change.

Going Global Consultancy is a service that supports schools to Internationalise. We have built a comprehensive suite of products around Meg’s Going Global – Internationalising Schools Framework, which outlines seven Key Areas to Internationalising.

Each Key Area lists several discrete actions that can be addressed either immediately or as part of a longer term vision that contribute to Internationalisation.


Step 1: The Initial Consult

To assist schools with a roadmap to Internationalise, one of our experts will sit down with a member of your leadership team and conduct a Gap Analysis on areas for development, focused on best practice for Internationalisation.

The Gap Analysis Tool provides a four-stage assessment rubric for each of the Seven Key Area’s action points. By focusing on both your school’s current initiatives and where you wish to go, the Gap Analysis Tool provides feedback on areas your school is strong in and what needs further focus. This provides both a self-assessment and suggestions for next logical steps in several areas for Internationalisation.


Step 2: Start Implementing

From the initial consult, your school will have a clear plan of attack. You can either start the process independently, or further access Meg’s comprehensive suite of products and services.

Our experts provide ongoing Going Global Consultancy to support schools spearhead and project manage the Internationalisation process.

You can take advantage of several practical supportive resources. These can be applied immediately in schools and classrooms to implement actions from the Seven Key Areas. Examples include Bilingual Classroom and School Labels, Culture Day Guides for different languages and multi-language Globally Focused Text Lists.

Up-skill yourself or your staff through our self-paced or live professional learning courses.

Encourage educators interested in this work to join Meg’s Facebook Going Global Group.

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