Schools Online is a great website for teachers wanting to set up a link with a school in another country, and for schools who already have a school link. Run by the British Council, it allows you to search for partner schools and also provides
These British Council resources have been developed in collaboration with First News. They support teaching activities during Refugee Week, an annual event which celebrates the positive contributions that refugees have made to the UK.
This resource from the British Council challenges you and your students (perhaps working with partner schools) to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals and think of practical solutions to contribute to a more sustainable world.
The Thinking Together about… resources from HEC Global Learning are designed to be used in classrooms and to help school partnerships to learn together and from each other through exploring everyday themes that affect them all.
This cross-curricular resource pack is designed to support and enhance a globalised approach to teaching and learning with a focus on how people remember and commemorate the First World War at local, national and global levels.
Water Explorer is a fun, inspiring and educational programme that empowers thousands of 8-14-year-olds in 11 countries around the world to lead joint action on water issues for their schools and communities. It is free to all schools taking part.
These activities from British Council Schools Online consider the situation of refugees, usually people who move from one country to another in order to escape from something or someone.
Schools Linking resources support schools and communities to develop a positive, cohesive ethos by helping children and young people and adults to explore their identity, celebrate diversity, champion equality and develop dialogue.
This website aims to stimulate debate about some of the issues which lie at the core of global intercultural learning. It is designed for teachers, students in training and all those who are interested in intercultural relations.
The guidelines are a starting point for schools to reflect upon how they could use global learning activities (such as international school partnerships, Eco-schools, subject specific activities etc) to provide purpose to a whole school vision, and