Impact

Bridge measures success by learning outcomes. We believe that it’s not just about ensuring children are in class but making sure that once there, learning is happening.

Our pupils have taken national exams in multiple countries across consecutive years and in each country they are outperforming the national average. They have also taken part in international tests and studies and again, have outperformed their peers. The results prove that our model works and that it’s possible to ensure that learning happens in all classrooms, for all children.

Kenya

Our pupils have outperformed the national average for four consecutive years in the primary exit exam (KCPE).


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Liberia

A gold standard RCT found learning increased by at least 60% across the partnership programme. Bridge students learnt twice as fast as their peers in traditional public schools.


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Nigeria

A UK Government report revealed equity of learning at Bridge. In Lagos, parents’ income and education was not correlated to children’s attainment.


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Uganda

For two consecutive years, Bridge pupils have outperformed the national average.


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