Primary school children using laptops, assisted by a teacher

Enabling young people all around the world to access a continuous, high-quality education

Imperial College London has joined a pioneering partnership with the aim of sharing the wonder of science. We are working alongside Twig Education as they team up with UNICEF to make the STEM component of an online school curriculum available to children all across the globe.

Reaching a potential 1.57 billion students across 190 countries who have been affected by school closures due to COVID-19, UNICEF's Learning Passport initiative features science content created by Twig's remote learning team and reviewed by our expert educators.

The project aims to close the learning poverty gap - improving outcomes and transforming societies through education. 

About Twig

Twig Education is a multi award-winning digital media company offering high-quality short films and other teaching resources for use in the classroom. Since its inception in 2009, Twig has developed a strong presence in the education sector globally. Over half a million teachers and students are currently using Twig products to enhance learning.

Contact us

For more information about this project, please contact Dr Corinne Hanlon at twig@imperial.ac.uk.