Online International Partnerships
Schools - you can use online tools to work together on projects themed on the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. You can also share experiences and methods of teaching.
To apply for International Partnership funding, our Schools Advisors will support you to identify and establish a partner school outside of NI, chosen from a list of participating countries. You can work together either in a one-to-one partnership or as part of a cluster group, with a minimum of four schools: two in NI and two outside NI.
Grants are eligible and can be spent on the following:
- Project work and dissemination, sharing the results of the project among the wider community
- Supply cover
- Training and communications.
Depending on the numbers of schools in your application, you will be eligible for different amounts of funding. See the table below for details:
If you'd like to have a partnership and collaborate online but don't want to apply for funding, we can help match you with an international partner school. You can use our free resources for project ideas using the links shown below.
Just so you know, you don't need to complete an application to find a partner school. Email Bronagh.firstname.lastname@example.org or our Connecting Classrooms Schools Advisors, Anna or Rosie on email@example.com.
Free British Council Learning Resources
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|TopicOnline Partnerships||Resource NameGetting to Know You||Age Range||PublisherBritish Council||LinkView Resource|
|TopicOnline Partnerships||Resource NameHow Can we Combat Climate Change?||Age Range||PublisherBritish Council||LinkView Resource|
|TopicOnline Partnerships||Resource NameHow can we create innovative solutions to reduce hunger?||Age Range||PublisherBritish Council||LinkView Resource|
|TopicOnline Partnerships||Resource NameHow can we increase awareness of climate change?||Age Range||PublisherBritish Council||LinkView Resource|
|TopicOnline Partnerships||Resource NameWhat does gender equality mean to your pupils?||Age Range||PublisherBritish Council||LinkView Resource|