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Funding, Training and Partnership Opportunities Get Involved Now


Develop the international dimension in your school, benefit from funding, free professional development and training, engage your teachers, pupils and communities and support curriculum objectives.


Would you or your staff like to job shadow a colleague or attend a course in another European country? Applications are now open forComenius in-service training grants, to support your Professional Development activity in Europe in 2012. Apply by 2 December 2011. www.britishcouncil.org/comenius-applications-forms-and-guidance


Comenius offers up to €25,000 to fund school partnership exchanges for pupils and teachers from schools and colleges to work with partners on projects across the curriculum, develop cultural and linguistic understanding and enhance professional development.


You can find a partner through eTwinning and spend up to five days planning your Comenius partnership application with a Preparatory Visit grant. Apply for a Preparatory Visit by 9 December 2011. www.britishcouncil.org/comenius-programmes


eTwinning is the online community for schools across Europe to connect and collaborate using ICT. Join over 8,000 UK schools whose teachers are using eTwinning to deliver curriculum objectives. Register for one of our freeNovember policy workshops in London or Manchester to find out what school linking can do for your school: www.britishcouncil.org/etwinning-events


Funded by the European Commission and managed by the British Council in the UK


“eTwinning is your stepping stone to international collaboration in a very positive and proactive way.”


Brenda Bigland, Head Teacher, Lent Rise School, Burnham, Slough


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