Five-week attachment in Africa

19th May 2006 at 01:00
For many global teachers, the five-week attachment in Africa is just the starting point for an evolving partnership with the school they visit.

Returning teachers set up joint curriculum and global citizenship projects and teacher visits to share expertise.

The TESHSBC Make the Link awards offer prizes totalling pound;25,000 for the best work on linking with European and other partners across the world.

The deadline for entries is July 21. To enter visit our website:

If your school is doing interesting link work, email us on

The Make the Link campaign is supported by HSBC and the British Council.

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