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Exam success in Kenya gives Bridge pupils the chance to pursue their dreams

The 2017 Kenyan Primary National Exams results have been published and thousands of Bridge pupils have performed exceptionally well for the third year in a row. Across the country from … Read More

Bridge increases access and quality of Kenyan nurseries and primary schools

While primary education has been theoretically free and compulsory since 2003 in Kenya (Article 53 of the Kenyan Constitution) many children do not experience this reality. Since 2003, enrolment in … Read More

What we learnt at #WISE17

For three days every two years, the focus of the world’s education sector is on the tiny, yet beautiful Arabian peninsula of Qatar. This is where the who’s who of … Read More

Who is Audrey Azoulay? New Director-General of UNESCO

Audrey Azoulay is the incoming Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) – succeeding Irina Bokova, who’s held the top job since 2009. Azoulay was one … Read More

The role of private actors in supporting learning worldwide

In the field of education, the UN’s Millennium Development Goals ushered in a new era of opportunity through access. New school buildings were built, new teachers hired, and in some … Read More

STEM brings confidence to Girls through coding

With an estimated three billion people and growing connected to the internet, learning to code – otherwise known as the learning the language of computer programmes, applications and websites – … Read More

Bridge pupils take second place with 18 medals at Kenyan Taekwondo Championships

Pupils from Bridge Academy, Majengo Mapya recently competed in the Taekwondo Korean Ambassador Cup Primary Schools National Championships at the Moi International Sports Centre in Nairobi, Kenya where they finished … Read More

Proud to be a UN Global Compact Participant

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) offers an opportunity for organisations and leaders to assess the progress that is being made in achieving the Global Goals. The sustainable development goals … Read More

Independent​ ​report​ ​proves​ ​Liberia’s​ ​bold​ ​education innovation​ ​is​ ​working

A new study shows that children in Bridge Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) public schools learn twice as fast as their peers in traditional public schools, receiving the equivalent of … Read More