Meet our Partners

Rota Kids

RotaKids is a great way for youngsters aged between 7 and 12 years old to get together and enjoy working on a fun project.

 

Rotary clubs will work with schools to help RotaKids get the most fun and enjoyment from whatever they are working on. The school will benefit from motivated youngsters who are eager to use their Maths and English skills to help others, whilst having a great time in  the process.

RotaKids will also learn about the importance of citizenship and respecting others, as well as themselves.

 

We are proud that our Mumbai Experiences project is bring used in RotaKids schools!

The British Council

The British Council creates international opportunities for people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. They call this work cultural relations. 

They are on the ground in six continents and over 100 countries bringing international opportunity to life, every day.

 

Each year they work with millions of people, connecting them with the United Kingdom, sharing cultures and the UK’s most attractive assets:  English, the Arts, Education and our ways of living and organising society. They have over 75 years experience of doing this.

We are excited to share ideas and connection with The British Council!

Rota Kids

A project that teaches primary school children about potatoes. With almost 1 million primary school children benefiting from this classroom experience linked to the UK curriculum, children learn how potatoes grow and how they fit in to a healthy balanced diet.

 

All you have to do is register your school to receive a FREE potato growing kit, use the supporting lesson plans and worksheets and for a chance to win fabulous prizes for your school, enter the competition once you have harvested.

 

We are excited to have created our very own resource in collaboration with Grow Your Own Potato’s so that children in UK primary schools can learn the difference between the process of growing and cooking potato’s both here and in India!

The Potato Council