Our vision is to enable people to achieve more for themselves and their communities by raising the level of English for All.
English Partnerships (earlier known as Project English) was initiated in 2007, working across the public/state sector, CSR foundations and NGOs, with the aim of raising the standard of English of young aspiring people to facilitate their access to education and career opportunities. To achieve this impact we design and deliver various interventions impacting teacher trainers, teachers and learners.
We continually engage with a range of stakeholders including policy makers, influencers, institutions and participants in our work and to achieve our vision.
We work with Central and State governments, School bodies, Corporate, CSR foundations and NGOs, to improve teaching and learning of English, delivering high quality impact at a scale.
Since 2007, we have worked with 11 state governments (incl. SCERTs, RMSA, SSA and others bodies) to train over 6831 master trainers, who have directly impacted over 731,136 teachers to date.
Our aim is to use British Council’s global expertise in English language teaching, training and assessment to support policy reform through research.
Every year, British Council in partnership with English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U) Hyderabad host a Teacher Educator Conference with support from ELTAI and IATEFL.
An initiative for ELT quality standards in the private sector.