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English Partnerships India


Our vision is to enable people to achieve more for themselves and their communities by raising the standards of English for all.


We are committed to building connections between India and the UK that enable us to share our expertise in English language teacher education and development, teaching, learning and assessment.

In each edition of this newsletter we share information about:

  • partnership opportunities
  • research collaborations
  • English language development projects
  • innovations in English language teaching in India
  • events and professional development opportunities.

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Focus on Teacher Activity Groups

An alternative method for large scale teacher development through the establishment of and support for semi-formal, localised communities of practice. Watch our new animation to find out more about the concept.


Research on social attitudes towards English in Bihar

Dr David Hayes will present the findings of our recent study and launch the report in a webinar on 10 November at 2pm (UK) / 7.30pm (India). Follow this link to participate.


Teaching for Success Online Conference 2016

The first global Teaching for Success Online Conference was held from from 5-9 October 2016. The session recordings are available here.


Teacher Educator Conference 2015 publication

The conference papers will be published on 16 November. Don’t forget you can follow us on Twitter or Facebook for a reminder and ongoing updates on our work.


Consultancy opportunities

Our team in India collaborates with consultants and consultancy teams from across the world. Interested independent consultants can register on our Consultants Database here.


Tata Trusts

Tata Trusts is amongst India's oldest, non-sectarian philanthropic organisations that works in several areas of community development.




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