- 2020 Education
Welcome to Momentum World.
Momentum World is an education and training provider. Our mission is to enhance the career prospects of young people.
For young adults aged 18-25, we offer international courses on leadership and professional development.
For secondary schools, we run student leadership and employment skills courses, with a focus on enterprise. We also create bespoke film and TV projects for schools, often based around local heritage themes. We are experienced in both mainstream and special needs education.
Momentum World is a founding partner in 2020 Education, an international initiative which supports and promotes social, scientific, environmental and enterprise projects for children and young people at all stages of education from primary onwards.
We help schools and other groups to develop international links and exchanges. We promote the British Council’s International Schools Award.
It was a real privilege to work with the Momentum team. You are fantastic people and your passion and commitment to our children and young people are humbling. It is great to work with people who have sky-high expectations.
- Nick Whittaker, Headteacher, Kelford and Hilltop Schools, UK
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Latest NewsInternational Youth Work Training
Set in London this one day workshop introduces you to international youth work - £15 inc. lunch = You must be 18+ years. Dates 16th December
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Sign Up for the International Leadership Course
We are now taking applications for the International Leadership Course based in London. From the 3rd-11th January, 2014. Check out the video below of Anna telling you about the last leadership course.
Film showing what happens when young people come together to do something meaningful.
2020 EDUCATION THE BIG IDEA
The Big Idea: Education from the bottom up...
2020 Education is a school-based initiative empowering young people aged 11-18 to articulate the challenges and opportunities for the world in 2020 and their own practical solutions, using film and social media. The aim is to engage pupils in thinking – and taking action – about major issues such as conservation, extremism, and fair trade. The best ideas, chosen by the students themselves, are then shared globally using film and social media. The project was initially proposed by Andrew Hadley who pulled a group of Fellows together to work on the project.
MORE INFORMATION www.momentumworld.org/rsa-journal-article