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Australia–Thailand BRIDGE School Partnerships Project 

Since its establishment in 2013, 40 teachers from 20 school partnerships have been involved in the Australia–Thailand BRIDGE School Partnerships Project.

Australian and Thai teachers participated in 20 days of joint professional learning in Australia and Thailand. Each 10-day professional learning program included a school visit and homestay and workshops on building intercultural understanding, strengthening ICT capacity and developing school partnership plans.

In 2016, the Australia-Thailand BRIDGE School Partnerships Project will be part of the broader Australia-ASEAN BRIDGE School Partnerships Project. Each year, four Australia-Thailand school partnerships will be established.

Interested in taking part? AEF annually offers opportunities to Australian schools to be part of its BRIDGE School Partnerships Project. These are advertised in AEF e-News.

Announcement: Additional funding to support partnerships

The following schools have been awarded additional funding to participate in the ATI BRIDGE Extension Program for 2015:

Australian school Thai partner school
William Light R-12 School, SA Satriwithaya School
Salisbury East High School, SA Panyaworakun School  
Baringa Special School, SA
Special Education Dept of Chulalongkorn University Demonstration School 
St Luke’s Anglican School, QLD Phothisamphanphittayakhan School 
Eltham East Primary School, VIC   Anuban Watpitulatiratrungsarit School
Gordonvale State High School, QLD  Suratpittya School
Drouin Secondary College, VIC    Rajavinit Mathayom School 
Faith Lutheran College, SA  Triamudom Suska school 

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Acknowledgements:

The Australia–Thailand BRIDGE Project is supported by the Commonwealth through the Australia–Thailand Institute, which is part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The project implemented in partnership with the Thai Ministry of Education and the Australian Department of Education at the Australian Embassy in Bangkok. 

Image: AEF 
Video: AEF
Logo: Australia–Thailand Institute


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