eTwinning map, homework and passport challenge resources.
eTwinning map, homework and passport challenge resources. ©

British Council

Kick start your international project with these free, ready-made resources.

From 19 June until 19 August 2017, UK teachers who sign up to eTwinning will receive eTwinning wall maps, homework and passport challenges for the whole class via post.

The resources contain pre-prepared, cross-curricular homework challenges spanning key stages one to five, all designed to help you kick-start your first international project with eTwinning!

How do I get started?

  • If you haven't done so already - register for free to eTwinning. *Please note that you will be emailed a link from following your registration, which is to verify your email address.  This email can sometimes default to your junkmail, so please check there if the email hasn't arrived.
  • To complement the hard copy resources, eTwinning ambassador teachers have prepared a ready-made online project template (spanning key stages one to five). So once you have registered and received your resources in the post, we will walk you through how to use the space via the below YouTube or Vimeo instructional video. 

Check out the eTwinning project gallery

Ready-made project kits are step-by-step guides to successful eTwinning projects. Visit our website to find your next project idea.

Get some recognition for your project in the local press

International activity, particularly involving young people, can provide interesting stories for the media, and eTwinning offers lots of opportunities for this. Whether you’re involved in a European partnership, or a recipient of a prestigious eTwinning Quality Label, showcase your great work to your community. There is good scope for you to secure coverage in local and regional media for your activity.

Download the eTwinning Media Toolkit to help you to do just that.

eTwinning National Conference 2016 - Presentations

View all the workshop presentations from this year's eTwinning National Conference. Topics include: instilling UK values within the classroom; using tools such as Minecraft and Google for international collaboration; Robotics; and Erasmus+ funding.

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