Global Social Leaders heads to China!

By November 28, 2016Front Page, News

Future Foundations is incredibly excited to announce we are delivering the Global Social Leaders (GSL) Catalyst Programme in China this December. GSL Catalyst is a unique three-day leadership programme which develops leadership skills, nurtures confidence and empowers the participants to go on to lead successful projects in their own school and local community. We are working with the Wellington Leadership Institute to bring students together from the Wellington family of schools, including Wellington College Shanghai, Tianjin, Eagle House, Wellington Academy and Wellington College in the UK.

On Monday 21st November we held an Induction Evening at Wellington College to meet the UK participants and their parents. This was a great opportunity to bring the group together and introduce the staff, teachers and schools who will be represented in China. Thank you to the Wellington Master, Julian Thomas, who joined us to wish the group a fond bon voyage as they embark on their global leadership journey.

You can follow updates during the programmes in China in December using #GlobalSocialLeaders on Twitter.
GSL Catalyst – Wellington Shanghai
Date: 15th-18th December 2016

A team of FF facilitators (including Owen, Laina, Liv, Steph and Jon) will join 17 UK students and 3 teachers in Shanghai, the trip includes a 2-day excursion in Shanghai taking in the sites, visiting a University and experiencing Chinese culture. We are excited to have participants from Wellington Shanghai join us to take part in workshops and sessions focusing on leadership, global issues and social action project planning.

GSL Catalyst – Wellington Tianjin
Date: 19th-21st December 2016

Two FF facilitators, Laina and Liv will be delivering the GSL Catalyst programme at Wellington Tianjin following the Shanghai programme.  We are proud to have participants from Wellington Tianjin join the GSL network and take part in workshops and sessions focusing on self and social leadership, global issues and social action project planning.