About the programme
Our global education programme, Connecting Classrooms, is a schools programme specifically designed to help teachers teach young citizens about global issues.
Our international partnerships are at the heart of everything we do. They enable young people to:
- understand issues of worldwide importance
- gain a sense of social responsibility
- develop skills to succeed in the global economy.
How we're connecting classrooms
Classrooms are connected in a variety of ways, including partnerships, online collaborations, grants for teachers to visit their partner schools, professional development opportunities and the International School Award (ISA).
Is your school involved in a partnership between the UK and another country? If so, you could be eligible for funding from the Connecting Classrooms programme. Getting involved will help you develop your young people and as a teacher, you will also benefit through sharing best practice with colleagues in other countries.
You can be part of this exciting initiative. It’s free and simple to set up your first partnership, and we can help you incorporate global themes into your school’s curriculum and build lasting international relationships. Grants are also available to help you set up visits with partner schools and to support projects.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
We also offer workshops and online courses to help you get the most out of school partnerships.
Our online courses provide information and advice on:
- the Connecting Classrooms programme
- education for global citizenship
- inter-cultural and global awareness
- sustainable partnerships.
You can also get involved with a face-to-face workshop, tailored specifically for Yemeni teachers and designed to:
- enable you to share experiences and knowledge
- benefit you whether you have basic or extensive global citizenship and international experience
- renew enthusiasm
- generate new ideas you can implement at school
- encourage and equip you to strengthen the international nature of your school’s curriculum.