The British Council has worked with schools around the world for over 80 years, building a wealth of experience and a global network of educators. We work collaboratively with policy makers, school leaders and teachers to implement system reforms based on international best practice that align with local policies and processes.
Our success stories show some of the ways we have helped improve learning outcomes for young people in schools around the world.
Find out how we helped Eritrea’s government improve the quality of education in its schools through improvements in teacher development and school leadership.
Supporting the Iraqi government, we worked with teachers and school leaders to help improve learning outcomes for 800,000 students in Kurdistan and central and southern Iraq.
Connecting Classrooms is a global programme for schools, designed to prepare young people for life in a global society and work in a global economy.
Learn how we've supported the development of education in Pakistan's Sindh province through a range of strategies, including the development of professional standards and 'lead' teachers.
Through this programme we helped Nigeria’s government and schools deliver improved basic education by focusing on governance and management, learner participation and quality.
Find out how we supported The Teachers Service Commission of Kenya in their work to raise teaching standards through the introduction of school-based performance management.
Learn how we helped increase participation in basic education for school age children in West Papua, Indonesia, with significant increases in school enrolment and literacy rates.
As part of this project we helped improve learning outcomes for school-aged children in 27 of the poorest counties in China through teacher development and education management.