A range of short activities that encourage students to produce work about their school life, such as the games they play, the food they eat and the technology they use. These can then be compared and contrasted with those of their partner school.
These activities are ideal for schools in the early stages of their partnership.
These activities enable students to compare community life with that at their partner school, by focusing on aspects such as laws and food production, and exchanging work using a variety of media.
If you have an established partnership with another school, these activities can help you to develop the relationship further.
If you have a well-established relationship with your partner school, these activities will help your students explore wider international issues such as language and globalisation.
These activities then lead on to longer projects to allow you to develop the work with your partner school even further.