Building Futures in the Gambia is a registered charity.
Charity status confirmed by Charity Commission 26/11/2014. Registered Charity No. 1159520
Website design by P. Kendrick and M. Chidler
Registered Charity No. 1159520
Part of the Weath of Africa resources developed by the British Museum in collaboration with The CarAf Centre.
This website aims to support school teachers in bringing a global dimension to their teaching by providing access to teaching resources, case studies and background information.
Africa - A Continent of Contrasts
The aim of this module is to introduce students to the huge variation in geography that exists within the complex continent of Africa.
Many schools have benefited enormously from their long-term partnerships. Forming and maintaining such relationships needs to be carefully thought through and planned to ensure that they are educational, sustainable and equity-based. This document from the British Council helps schools to understand what is needed to form a successful partnership.
A growing collection fo FREE curriculum led teaching resources, to help bring Africa and development to life in your school.
The international journal for global and development education research.
Africa Startup (Gambia) is a charitable foundation based in Norway with the mission to improve livelihoods in The Gambia through education in agricultural innovation, environmental protection and entrepreneurship.
This one hectare farm is a residential education centre for children, young people and farmers, providing an exciting educational journey from seed to business, acknowledging the importance of independent food security in an ever-more unpredictable global environment.
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Tide~ global learning is a teachers' network promoting the idea that young people have an entitlement to global learning through engaging with global perspectives, human rights, sustainability and international development.
Eco-Schools has teamed up with the British Council to support Eco-Schools linking with schools overseas as part of their Global Gateway and International Schools Award. In return, schools taking part in the International Schools Award can now receive recognition for their efforts with the Eco-Schools framework as part of a Bronze, Silver or Green Flag award.
Welcome to this special edition of GA
Magazine. GA Magazine is the members’ magazine for the Geographical Association, the leading subject association for teachers of geography.
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