A UK partnership is awarded to Egyptian schools for starting, developing, and embedding an international dimension, through curriculum-based activities implemented by students ages 3-18 years. It is considered an accreditation that your school focuses on 21st century skills and implements a notable global element in the curriculum, to ultimately teach students the skills for life and work in a global economy.
The partnership revolves around a joint project undertaken by students and teachers from two schools from the UK and Egypt.
Is your school a public school in Egypt and involved in a partnership with a UK school? If so, you could be eligible for funding from the Connecting Classrooms programme. Getting involved will help you develop your young people as global citizens 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.
After completing your partnership, grants are available to help you set up visits with partner schools and to support projects.