We're here to make it easy for you to introduce global learning into your classroom or your whole school.

Our national network of local advisors, based across the UK, have first-hand experience helping schools get the most out of the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning programme including advising you on the best online platforms to use for your international school collaboration.

Whether you prefer a phone call or a visit, our advisors will work around your availability.

How can we help you?


Whether you’re new to global learning or already have some experience, we recommend checking in with one of our advisors. They can help you carry out a global learning self-assessment to decide which parts of the programme will be best suited to your particular aims, subject and curriculum needs; and answer any questions you might have.


A cluster is a group of schools in the UK and overseas that work together to support one another with global learning. Joining a cluster is a good option for schools who are new to global learning as you’ll get support from schools with plenty of expertise and experience. Our advisors can help you find and join a cluster in your local area. They can also advise on how to start up and manage your own cluster with local schools.


If you’re at the stage where you’re ready to apply for one of our grants, our advisors can support you with your application. If successful, they can also help you arrange training for your school or cluster, support you with planning your international visit and signpost you to suitable learning resources.

Get in touch

To access advice and support from a local advisor, contact:

Support is free for all state schools in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.