Youth and Schools Forum: Catch-Up
A catch-up with some 'old' faces and meet some 'new'!
We extended this invitation to everyone, for the first Youth and Schools event of this Academic year. It was a chance to catch up with some "old" faces and meet some "new". An opportunity to discuss how we could all develop our links between Scotland and Malawi.
Ian Mitchell ('Mitch') who has been greatly involved in the school partnerships between Beath High and Mapanga Primary/Njale Primary in Malawi joined the SMP staff team as Youth & Schools Officer. Having retired from teaching Physics in Fife for over 30 years, Mitch has visited the Malawi schools three times and has much experience in the positive impact of partnerships.
Confirmed contributors included
- Our colleagues in MaSP - working with Malawian schools for partnerships.
- Richard Travers - George Watson's College, making a partnership work.
- Pamela Lundberg - Armadale Academy, why they feel a partnership is important.
- Natalie Lorimer - David Livingstone Birthplace, new resource launch for partnership use.
Join us to hear what's going on and contribute to the partnership chat!
Youth & Schools Forum agenda.
A Practical Guide To Schools Partnerships | Scotland Malawi Partnership (scotland-malawipartnership.org).
Youth Dialogue | steka live website (stekaskills.com).
Feasibility Study report | steka live website (stekaskills.com).
GWC & Malawi 2012 - present A Journey (Watson Malawi Partnership).
Building a Partnership in ‘the Warm Heart of Africa’ (Armadale Academy).
Learning & Engagement at David Livingstone Birthplace presented by Natalie Lorimer.
Watch the video of the meeting here or by clicking on the Youtube image.