When languages met science…
Students from Cornwall and Göttingen got stuck into a work-experience exchange that brought languages and science together. There was real chemistry between them…
45 years of friendship!
In 2019 King James’s School in Knaresborough and Brüder Grimm Gesamtschule in Bebra celebrate the 45th anniversary of their exchange. Julie Allison, Teacher of MFL at King James’s School, tells us the secrets to maintaining a successful partnership!
The global workplace
How well-prepared are young people for the future of the global workplace? Two schools are using their new UK-German partnership to find out about future jobs that do not even exist yet!
Mudflats or the city?
Pupils at Coombe Girls’ School and Kooperative Gesamtschule Norderney had always been fascinated by the difference in attitudes towards the environment in Norderney and New Malden, a suburb of London, and so it was an ideal topic to cover in a project.
Plastic pollution in Europe
Two schools with a long-standing school partnership of over 20 years are now looking at the impact that leaving the EU will have on the European scientific community and policies on the environment.
Are refugees welcome?
The refugee situation is debated heavily in the press, and two schools used their UK-German partnership to find out more for themselves.
New partners the Anton-Philipp-Reclam-Schule and the John Warner School embarked on a project that used their schools’ specialist IT expertise and facilities whilst promoting languages outside of the traditional classroom environment.
Life beyond the border
What does it mean to be a European citizen? A new youth group partnership from very different locations and backgrounds sought to bring together their cultural experiences to define their European identity.
How can different cultural experiences shape the performance of a famous piece of theatre? A new partnership between two youth theatres in Kingston and Oldenburg sought to find out.
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