Calling teachers interested in educational and cultural exchange in the Caribbean

Over the last two years, Aspire has organised international  conferences for Principals and Head teachers from India, Nigeria and the UAE to visit UK schools.  We have also produced student exchange programmes for students from Nigeria, Serbia and Macedonia.

These events have been very powerful in establishing links between UK and overseas schools, developing educational exchanges, facilitating visits by UK Head teachers to India and offering unique insights into our mutual educational cultures.

Next year we are planning a similar programme of conferences in the Caribbean in conjunction with schools and universities there. To set up those programmes, I have been invited to visit Barbados, Trinidad and St Lucia in the first week of February to participate in a trade and culture mission with schools, the University, teachers and other colleagues.

If you would like your school to benefit from my visit – e.g. by making links with schools, connections with head teachers and pupils, curriculum developments, CPD opportunities or other possibilities – then please get in touch to discuss how I could facilitate connections and exchanges between those schools and your own. I can be contacted at nick@aspire-trust.org.

2 thoughts on “Calling teachers interested in educational and cultural exchange in the Caribbean

  1. I am a head teacher in India of a private senior secondary school in Delhi and am very keen to get a hands on experience or a closer look at how schools work in different parts of the world. Our school is already partnering with schools in UK, USA, Singapore, Australia and would like to explore the Caribbean and S.America.

    I am very keen to know if there is such a possibility in the near future for our school and me so that I can provide the right kind of leadership here as well.

    Regards

    Sadhana

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