What is
The Global Write ?

The Global Write is a FREE weekly writing experience for all ages. A place where learners can write about the world with the world. 

With a weekly prompt, learners from all over the world can submit their writing and be provided with an authentic global audience and an opportunity to be showcased their work as part of the ‘Global Write’ Gallery.

OuR Prompts Are

Inspiring and Global

Inspiring nomadic artist Joel Bergner paints murals with some of the most vulnerable communities in the world. His artwork provides a backdrop for writing prompts that allow learners to think critically and creatively about the messages hidden within his work. 

Connections to


Putting a fun & creative take on all things STEAM via educational resources.

amazelab provides a weekly STEAM Investigation for learners to connect to themes and create using science, technology, engineering, art and maths. 

Dear Girls, Being born a girl doesn't give people a right to choose our future, a future is chosen by you. Your eye's will see what you want them to see. You will love who and what you want to love. You will voice what you want to say. You will do what your hands can do and so much more. We are recognized by boys and girls, but being a boy or girl isn't labeling who you are, we're equal. You are You, so embrace it, embrace danger, embrace something people don't think you can achieve and achieve it. Do what you want! There are a million different paths boys can go on, there are a million that you can go on too. You may get lost, you may take a wrong turn, you may find a sign that wasn't what it seemed, but your not following some else's map, your following your own. Reach the standards you never thought you had. Be your girl.

Olivia Palmer (12 Years Old)
The Global Write Youth Writer and Artist

“Be a global citizen. Act with passion and compassion. Help us make this world safer and more sustainable today and for the generations that will follow us. That is our moral responsibility.”

The United Nations

"The Good Life Goals represent an effort to recognize the vital role of individual action in achieving the SDGs. The Good Life Goals lay out 85 ways anyone can contribute towards the huge, planet-changing objectives that sit at the heart of the SDG agenda"

The Good Life Goals

Studies show that students who learn the writing process score better on state writing tests than those who receive only specific instruction in the skills assessed on the test. This type of authentic writing produces lifelong learners and allows students to apply their writing skills to all subjects.

The Writing Process
Publish with

Buncee, Flipgrid or Wakelet

Once learners have written their weekly writing piece they can publish to innovative tools such Flipgrid, Buncee or Wakelet. These tools will allow for creativity, unique individualised learning styles and the chance for learners to present to a global audience. 

Teacher Resources

Google Slide Teacher Resources

Google Slide Presentations of weekly prompts. Teachers can then link these presentations to technology tools such as Google Classroom or Seesaw for easy access for students.


Connect virtually and watch makers around the world share different projects, learning spaces, creations, coding, 3D designs, art lessons, etc. There will be a session every half hour and they each will have a connected challenge.  When you arrive on this website, you can view the schedule, challenges, and watch the live presentations https://www.globalmakerday.com/ 

One part of the event is participating in challenges with opportunities for your class to solve problems, be creative, and PLAY. 


Go to the website REGISTER NOW  https://www.globalmakerday.com/

INVER Empowering Refugees

The Initiative for Nurturing Vulnerable & Empowerment for Resilience (INVER) is a refugee-led and oriented Community Based Organization (CBO) established in 2018. INVER seeks to promote the resilience and psycho-social well-being of refugees in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya through program focusing on enterprise development, Adult literacy, sexual and reproductive health, sports and social cohesion.

The Global Write will work to support the INVER team bring a school and education for children to the Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya.


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The Global Write can be used as a weekly writing task or homework to be completed at home. We provide writing prompts that will inspire and motivate your learners to write independently and for an authentic audience. Using tools like Buncee, Flipgrid and Wakelet learners will be encouraged to submit their writing in creative and innovative ways.