The Programme aims to improve learning outcomes for students and equip young people with deep learning skills in order for them to participate in a global economy.
UNICEF Makani Centres
The British Council worked with 50 teachers from the UNICEF Makani centres in Amman and Irbid on a blended teacher training project to create inclusive classrooms using puppets, flashcards and understanding learner motivation.
Language and Academic Skills and E-Learning Resources
The programme is funded by the European Union and delivered by the British Council, targeting Syrians and disadvantaged Jordanian youth inside Jordan and Lebanon. It consists of face-to-face English and academic skills courses, as well as short online courses (MOOCS AND SPOCS) and internationally-accredited online degree courses in partnership with Amity University and the Open University.
The British Council launched World Voice Programme in partnership with UNRWA in 2014 to improve the English language among UNRWA schools, building confidence and acceptance of using songs inside classrooms.
The School Exams have signed a protocol with the Ministry of Education to support the management and the running of the Schools British Curriculum within our network of accredited private schools. The aim of the protocol is to regulate roles and responsibilities of the involved parties including the examining boards we deal with as well as looking after the administrative aspect of the operation running including the equivalency for the British programme, certification process and validating a reference point for any arising cases related to schools or students.
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), British Council Campus France and Nuffic
Al Quds College, Hashemite University, Jordan University of Science and Technology.
This project aims at improving prospects for young Syrians and contributing to the preparation of the post-crisis reconstruction of Syria. The project seeks to provide better access to quality further and higher education opportunities for refugees of post-secondary-age from Syria as well as young people in the host communities affected by the high influx of refugees in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
Cambridge International Examinations, Pearson Edexcel and Oxford AQA
The School Exams have corporate agreements with these examining boards to regulate the delivery of the schools examinations operation in Jordan. The purpose of this agreement is to set out the issues and understandings which will form the bases between the parties and to provide a mechanism to maintain the standards and quality of the teaching and examinations of the boards’ different qualifications in Jordanian schools.They also have an agreement that regulated roles and responsibilities which aims at covering the administrative parts related to the delivery of the UK qualifications and programmes within these schools as well as defining the needed collaboration to develop the professional capacity of leadership and teachers which contributes positively to enhancing the learning experience for candidates.