Developing an international ethos greatly enhances the delivery
of languages and other curriculum areas.
'Global issues are part of children and young
people’s lives in ways unfamiliar to previous generations.
Television, the internet, international sport and increased
opportunities for travel all bring the wider world into everyone’s
daily life. UK society today is enhanced by peoples, cultures,
languages, religions, art, technologies, music and literature
originating in many different parts of the world. This provides a
tremendous range of opportunities to broaden children and young
people’s experience and knowledge.' Developing the global dimension in the school
See also the section devoted to Content and
Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).