This chapter focusses on the importance of global citizenship in schools. It encourages readers to understand the power of inexorable interconnectedness and global competence whilst increasing an understanding of global dynamics by breaking down artificial barriers. It explores what it means to be a ‘global citizen’ and the importance of a whole school approach to education for sustainable development and global citizenship. Changes to the curriculum are suggested, moving away from essentially authoritative modes of education and instead proposing more collaborative, flexible and problem-posing methods of education that promote the child’s voice, scaffold learning, encourage higher order thinking and meta-cognition and take advantage of dialogue. Overall, this chapter aims to create space for a plethora of perspectives and inspire children and educators’ global mindsets to participate intelligently in a rapidly changing world.