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We believe every young person should have intercultural and international experience. As the UK’s cultural relations organisation, the British Council creates opportunities for schools and teachers in the UK and worldwide to connect and work together to share ideas and practices.

Our range of international education programmes can help develop teaching skills with funded professional development, connect schools across the globe and bring language learning to life.

Tes and the British Council have joined forces to explore different ways to bring the world into the classroom and open the door to a host of international learning opportunities.

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How to teach students about access to education

The pandemic offers a springboard to teach young people about access to education. Teachers across the world explain how they are teaching students about the right to education
Ettie Bailey-King 3 Aug 2021
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5 ways to create a great global school partnership

Making links with schools in another country can have a powerful effect on students’ understanding of the world. But where to begin? Claire Shaw talks to teachers who have done it
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