Types of school partnership
Find out more about the different ways that you can get involved in partnerships with other schools internationally.
If you have completed the Connecting Classrooms core skills training, you can develop a Connecting Classrooms professional partnership with an overseas partner school. Partnerships support your professional development by funding you to visit your partner school and create an exciting collaborative project together.
eTwinning is a free online platform that enables thousands of teachers and schools in more than 40 countries in Europe to connect and develop collaborative projects together.
Erasmus+ funding supports a wide range of collaborations between schools in Europe. Learn about the different funding streams for school partnerships at the Erasmus+ website.
Whether you want to set up an inter-school language exchange or start a collaborative science project, get in touch with like-minded teachers from all over the world directly through Schools Online. Anyone can set up a partnership in this way; simply sign in to your Schools Online account and begin using the search tools on your dashboard to connect with partner schools.