Month: April 2013

The International School Award

Your school linking activities already put you in a great position The British Council support schools engaged in Global Learning in a variety of ways – from their Connecting Classrooms grant, to their Professional Development courses. The International School Award, a three-level accreditation, is designed with a framework intended to “help you to record and …

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Your Weekly Update: Libraries & Literacy

  Literacy & Libraries We hope to see more and more of this across our Ethiopian Link Schools! I’d like to welcome you all to this Weekly Update from the Link Ethiopia School Links team! We’re taking a good look at our latest major project – our Literacy and Libraries project, funded in part by …

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Farmor’s School Visit to the Bahir Dar Zuria Academy

Teachers from the Farmor’s School, Link Coordinator Karen & her colleague Sarah, had been so excited to finally be able to visit their link school in the Bahir Dar region. Through making use of the Connecting Classroom’s Grant, offered by the British Council, this was to become a reality. Despite having pre-trip nerves and being …

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Linton Park Visit to Enfraz Elementary

After not venturing outside Europe for 50 years, Cindy, the Link Coordinator at Linton Park Primary School in Kent, alongside her colleague Nigel, had the opportunity to finally visit her link’s school, Enfraz Elementary in Gondar Zuria and to visit the northern part of the beautiful country of Ethiopia. This was made possible through our …

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Schools Weekly Update Archive!

We wanted to show off the archives of our brilliant weekly School Updates, which cover a range of fun and informative topics! They’re designed to enrich the linking experiences of our UK and international Link Schools and provide them with a regular means of communication with the Link Ethiopia team! We wanted to share our …

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Join us for the Great Ethiopian Run 2013!

On Sunday 24th November this year, tens of thousands of runners will take to the roads of Addis Ababa again for the greatest African road race. Last year saw over 36,000 people take part, including both elite runners and fun runners from around the world, and this year is expected to be even bigger…and noisier! …

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