Our international connections are becoming an integral part of our work. We have a developing portfolio of placements and field trips for teacher trainees and have the opportunity to take part in placements and exchanges as part of their course.
We share ideas and strategies with partners around the globe. We delivered the first ever Malta Primary Science Conference to over 120 Maltese primary school teachers.
At present we have 11 Erasmus agreements in countries including Belgium, Germany, Finland, Latvia, Netherlands and Turkey. Erasmus is the European Community programme for higher education and forms part of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme, supporting cooperation between the universities of 33 countries and encouraging staff and student mobility for work and study.