believes every child has the right to high-quality education and works in partnership with governments, communities, parents, and teachers to ensure access to quality education and support the delivery of SDG4.
Bridge supports government nursery and primary schools in Nigeria and Liberia, and runs its own nurseries and primary schools in India, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria. Bridge works to support communities and local leaders in low and middle income countries where there is a lack of real learning opportunities for children.
Bridge uses in-depth teacher training and support, advanced lesson plans and wireless technology to provide pupils with a meaningful and life-changing education. It runs or supports over 1,500 schools and has educated around 750,000 children in the last ten years.
To help address the global learning crisis, Bridge is training and supporting thousands of teachers, working to improve public education systems at scale, and focussing to improve academic outcomes for children. There is an increasingly wide range of independent evidence over multiple years showing that the Bridge approach delivers significant learning gains. It takes an evidence based approach to what works for helping local teachers to achieve great results, using millions of data-points a month to refine its approach and improve education systems.