How can standard schools in other local countries partner with foreign ones
17.11.2020 at 06:06 h / Edited 17.11.2020 at 09:26 h
Since partnership will expose the local school teachers, administrators, and head of school to foreign innovative ideas, numerous opportunities abound, so how can schools go about this?
Chuck LEAN Business Consultant
There’s no more authentic way for pupils to learn about global issues than by working with their peers in another country.
Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning can help UK-based schools find partner schools in more than 30 countries across Africa, the Middle East and South Asia.
Once you’ve made a connection we have a range of support to help you get started and build a strong and sustainable school partnership, including the [removed] to use for your international school collaboration.
We can also help you connect with other UK schools via a Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning cluster group. This way you can opt to work together to build links with schools in other countries.
Find out more about which countries you can partner with, the types of partnerships available and how to prepare for your search.
Our online Partner Finder tool can help you find a partner overseas and/or other schools to collaborate within the UK. It’s free and easy to use.
Once you've found a partner school to work with, there are some steps you can take to get things off to the best possible start.
Read our practical suggestions on how to maintain momentum when it comes to your school partnership.
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Contact your national network of local advisors, based across the UK.
I hope this helps you, Molly
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