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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Schools Online

Engage students in learning about the world and understanding different cultures.

Start your international journey with these featured Education Packs.

FiveFilms4Freedom Education Pack 

A resource pack designed for 14-18 year-olds to be used alongside 'London Loves You', a short film from BFI Flare, the British Film Institute’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Film Festival. This film was made in a UK secondary school and shows a mixed group of 14-17-year-olds discussing how LGBT issues affect them and others in their school.

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eTwinning videos

Challenging students’ international perceptions at Tendring Technology College with eTwinning’s “Who do you think you are?” project.

Connecting Classrooms videos

How schools in London and Amman are working together

South Africa professional partnership – What makes a quality education?

Four headteachers talk about the International School Award (ISA)