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Over half the world’s children won’t read by the end of primary school

Today, 90% of primary school aged children in low-income countries are not expected to be able to read or do basic maths by the time they finish primary school. Over … Read More

Bridge chosen to fly the Flag for Kenya

Bridge pupils are proud to have been chosen to represent Kenya in Taekwondo. Excited pupils from Bridge Academy, Majengo Mapya in Mombasa are representing Kenya in the Junior Taekwondo Championships … Read More

We prepare and support teachers for long-term success

Bridge is proud of its world-class teachers in 500+ schools across Africa and India. To achieve and maintain this standard our teachers must graduate from a rigorous training programme at … Read More

Global Fund for Emerging Scholars announces new partnership with Bridge

Globally, there are over 263 million children and young people not in school, plus 330 million in school not learning. A lack of schools, chronic underperformance, teacher shortage and poor … Read More

Ugandan and Kenyan national exams show Bridge pupils learn more

Bridge graduates are celebrating in Uganda after surpassing their peers in the end of primary school exam. The strong results continue the Bridge trend set in Liberia and Kenya where … Read More

Best of Bridge 2017

Discover some of our highlighted blogs from 2017. Click on the title to read the full story. Don’t forget to share your favourites using social media and to visit our … Read More

The Benefits of Detailed Teacher Guides

We are in the midst of a global learning crisis. Hundreds of millions of children, often in the poorest countries in the world, do not have access to education, and … Read More

Bridge partners with the British Army Parachute Regiment in Kenya

Bridge Academy, Likii in Laikipia county, Kenya was proud to welcome the team from Kenyan British Army Training Unit (BATUK) as part of their community engagement program seeking to build … Read More

Improving Lives: One BRAC at a Time

Bangladesh is amongst the world’s ‘newest’ countries, starting life in 1971 when it declared independence from Pakistan. It is a country of 150 million, of which 46.5 million (31%) live … Read More