The Giant Puppet Project is a children’s community arts project that was established in Siem Reap, Cambodia, in 2007. The project culminates in a yearly parade, where elaborate puppets representing educational themes are paraded through the streets. Because our Asian office is based in Siem Reap, Teacher Horizons took the opportunity to get involved with the 2015… Read more »
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In 2014 we launched our “Refer a friend” competition. Here was the deal: refer a friend to Teacher Horizons and get the chance to win two free flights to the destination of your choice. Over 100 teachers referred friends to us. Today we’re pleased to announce the first winners, Natacha and James.Read more »
When you refer a friend to Teacher Horizons, you have the chance to win two free international flights: one for yourself and one for your friend. With a maximum budget of $1000 per flight and no restrictions on the destination, you could soon be jetting off to somewhere amazing. In case you need any more reasons, here is our list of top 10 reasons to refer a friend today, and get a flying start to 2015.Read more »
We’re coming up to a new year, and with it there are some exciting changes here at Teacher Horizons. You might have noticed the new-look website, but there’s lots more going on behind the scenes. In this post, I want to introduce myself as the new editor and explain the reasons behind the updated website.Read more »
Did you know that today is the first day of Global Entrepreneurship Week? – the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship!
Over the next week, millions of people in 150 countries will participate in bootcamps, pitch competitions, networking events, policy roundtables, mentoring sessions and more to share inspiration and support, and to discover opportunities for growth and new connections.Read more »
In 2000, world leaders made a promise that every child worldwide would be in school and learning by end 2015. But with 466 days left before the deadline, 58 million children are still out of school.
The Education Countdown campaign, officially launched last month and led by A World at School co-founded by Sarah Brown, is targeting key barriers to universal education by bringing together top campaigners, youth, business, faith and political leaders.Read more »
It’s that time of year again when Londoners and visitors alike fill the streets of W11 for the annual Notting Hill Carnival – Europe’s largest street festival, which originated in 1964 as a way for Afro-Caribbean communities to celebrate their own cultures and traditions.
Taking place every August Bank Holiday weekend come rain or shine, the Notting Hill Carnival is an amazing array of sounds, colourful sights and social solidarity.Read more »
On 22nd July 2014, London hosted the very first Girl Summit focusing on how to enable girls and women living in some of the poorest countries in the world to live free from violence and discrimination and achieve their potential.Read more »
Welcome to the Teacher Horizons blog! The purpose of our blog is to reach out to international teachers, and educators who want to teach abroad with: The latest news and opinions about international schools and international education from experienced teachers and heads of schools. News from the organisation – collaborations, developments, insights Stories from international… Read more »