The Life Channel

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Forming a 'learning community'

Forming a 'learning community'

20 Jul 2010

The Life Channel is pleased to announce its schools can now link together, sharing content and enabling students to learn about others in different parts of the country.

Strengthening school partnerships locally and nationwide, clusters of schools can facilitate 'group-wide' communications to pupils in twinned venues, increasing the reach of pertinent health, societal or educational messages contributing to students' personal & social growth.

This latest development now enables schools to take this a step further, with clusters of schools remotely sharing films and messaging, scheduling selected programming across multiple venues with ease, which may be in the form of feeder schools, regional 'twinning' of schools and where required, international data sharing.

Louise Chantelle, Chair of Governors, at Crawford Primary School in Southwark remarked upon developments to partner schools in their area, saying: "I think it's great that The Life Channel is here because as well as providing a fantastic opportunity for children to show their work it knits us into a bigger community for Southwark schools and educational establishments around the country so we are part of the learning community."

If you'd like to register as a Twinning Partner School, we'd love to hear from you. Register your interest here.

In the meantime, please feel free to review the press release below for more information.