15th June 2001 at 01:00
The Central Bureau for Educational Visits and Exchanges invites primary, secondary and special schools to apply by July 16 to be accredited for their international work. By doing so, they get the opportunity to co-ordinate a range of international activities, initiatives and good practice into a whole school framework. Central Bureau, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN. Tel: 020 7389 4419Web: cbietcbeschl.htm

Malton Community Primary School in Yorkshire recently received a pound;5,000 BT FutureTalk Award to devlop MFL teaching over the Internet. The project will allow pupils from small rural schools the chance to get a head start in French and to benefit from video conferencing links with primary pupils from Nice, France. BT's national award programme aims to help improve and encourage pupils' communication skills. To apply, schools must form a consortium with other schools across the UK and submit a working project idea that uses ICT. Two pound;25,000 awards and 10 pound;5,000 awards are available each term. Web:

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