Our international e-twinning projects encourage students to develop a wider cultural/digital perspective through shared e-pen pal projects with countries such as China, Egypt, France, Mexico, Paraguay and Russia.
School partnerships are a great way to bring international education to life for young learners, and the benefits of doing joint projects with international schools are wide-reaching. For students, partnerships can help develop their core skills and an appreciation for cultural diversity; and for teachers, international collaboration is a useful way of growing professionally and sharing knowledge and teaching best practice with an international audience
eTwinning is a free and secure online network, where teachers from 42 countries can find partners, work on projects and enable pupil collaboration across any subject area. eTwinning is managed in the UK by the British Council.