Pathway 1 projects deliver physical and virtual outward and inward mobility of individuals or groups, providing flexible short and long-term opportunities to learn, study, work or volunteer abroad.
Last year’s Pathway 1 funding was awarded to 46 organisations from all over Wales who were successful in their applications, with trips taking place in almost 100 countries across the globe including New Zealand, Colombia, Bangladesh, Canada, Italy and Belgium, with participants taking part in activities and projects designed to meet clear learning outcomes.
One successful school was Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi in St David’s, who received funding to take 10 pupils and 3 teachers on a trip to Lesotho in South Africa to visit their partner school.
Teacher Jacob Jones said: “Our pupils got to experience a new culture and way of life while my colleagues and I thoroughly enjoyed working collaboratively with teachers for a number of different activities and lessons, and came back inspired with new ideas to share. We are very excited that the funding also allows for teachers and students from Mahloenyeng to visit us at St Davids in June. This has been an absolutely life-changing experience for us all and an opportunity that would have never arisen if it wasn’t for the Taith funding.”
We encourage applications from the following sectors:
The Funding pages on our website contain a bank of useful information which will guide you through the application process.
We are also holding a number of online events to offer support and guidance to anybody who is either thinking of, or already in the process of getting involved.
For any questions, contact the Taith team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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