The British Council Indonesia celebrates 75th Anniversary and National Teacher’s Day, showcasing English and Education initiatives, and collaborates with the Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology
In celebration of National Teacher’s Day, the British Council Indonesia, the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, showcased the outcomes of UK-Indonesia partnerships within the education and English language sectors. These partnerships include the Going Global Partnerships (GGP) Teacher Training Grant and UK-ID English Digital Innovation Grant.
The results of these partnership programmes between universities and educational bodies in Indonesia and the UK were then handed over to the Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (MoECRT).
The Going Global Partnerships Teacher Training Grant represents the British Council’s work in the education sector, with a focus on improving pre-service training for future teachers in an inclusive education setting. The UK-ID English Digital Innovation Grant represents the British Council’s work in the English language sector, with a focus on developing innovative professional development resources for English teachers in Indonesia.
This event emphasised the British Council’s contribution in the development of higher quality, more inclusive and globally connected education systems, as well as the development of English teachers and teacher educators in Indonesia.
Summer Xia, British Council Indonesia Country Director
Dominic Jermey CVO OBE, His Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia
Dominic Jermey CVO OBE, His Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia, expressed his commitment to working with Indonesia to build a stronger and more prosperous future for both countries. He believes that as natural partners, the UK’s relationship with Indonesia is one of the most important in the UK’s foreign policy.