Hear the music that i make, feel my water in your hand, drink to satisfy your thirst, I feel your bottle, feel your can, i'm not the place for you to dump your waste, i'm a river, i'm a river.Excerpt from a student's performance, Thornleigh Salesian School
Afghanistan & UK
The programme was very much enjoyable as it provided a way to increase awareness and the need to sustain our local rivers and world rivers in a fun and creative way.Ruth Asefaw, teacher, My Little Angels Academy
Rivers of the World
Find out more
Rivers of the World is an international art and education project delivered in partnership with the British Council.
Ethiopia & Northumberland
It was a different kind of project. We don't often do collage! It made it more meaningful seeing what they were doing in Ethiopia!Phoebe, pupil, Whitley Chapel First School
The river sparkles with life.Jayden, All Saints Catholic School
To get to talk for a few minutes with the pupils in Ethiopia and see them doing the same project as us was amazing. I have a much better understanding of what life is like in Addis Ababa and what foods they eat.Daniel, Corbridge Middle School
Read, Watch & Listen
London's Lost Village: Short Films
7 short films produced as part of the London's Lost Village project.
London's Lost Village: Deep Dives #5: Inter-war Housing Reform
Join us for another Deep Dives episode, part of the London’s Lost Village project.
London's Lost Village: Deep Dives #4: The Experiments of Michael Faraday
Watch another Deep Dives episode, part of the London’s Lost Village project.