Australia-Asia BRIDGE School Partnerships
Australia–Thailand BRIDGE Project
Learn how three Australian schools are using online tools to engage with their Thai partners.
BRIDGE: An introduction
BRIDGE's blended model of professional learning increases understanding of contemporary Asia and Australia.
See other BRIDGE videos that demonstrate successful school-to-school partnerships.
Learn about others' country and culture and collaborate on topics of mutual interest through a range of collaborative learning activities.
What Works 6
What Works 6: Australia–Asia School Partnerships illustrates how BRIDGE is creating sustainable partnerships that enable quality learning experiences and lead to profound intercultural understanding outcomes.
The 2014 Australia–China BRIDGE School Partnerships Project is open for expressions of interest. Read more about this project.Application for the 2014 Australia–Thailand BRIDGE School Partnerships Project are now open. Read more and apply now.
The Australia–Asia BRIDGE School Partnerships Project connects Australian teachers, students and school communities with their peers in Asia.
What does BRIDGE do?
strengthens the Asian language capabilities of Australian students through direct personal experiences that motivate language learning
builds intercultural understanding among teachers and students in Australia and Asia
enhances digital capabilities among participating teachers and students
supports high quality Asian language teaching and programmes in Australian schools.
BRIDGE partnerships support professional learning through face-to-face and online collaboration with schools in Asia.
Australian partner schools
BRIDGE partners with schools throughout Australia.
View the complete list of BRIDGE partner schools.
BRIDGE in action
Learn how BRIDGE has contributed to the development of language skills and intercultural understanding, and created sustainable, collaborative Australia–Asia partnerships.
Read the complete collection of BRIDGE in action stories.
Keys to BRIDGE success
Build positive and sustainable relationships with schools in Asia through eight key steps.