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In Year S2 pupils usually spend 3 nights at Hadrian’s Wall in the north of England. This trip covers work both on Human Science and second language.
S2 students also regularly welcome students from a school abroad for a couple of days and visit London and Oxford together with their guests.
In Year S4 students participate in a language exchange. One week is spent with a host family in France/ Germany/Spain/Italy, and the host student spends one week in the UK with their guest. Students not having Language 2 English must visit the country of their first foreign language. Other students visit the country of their second foreign language (Language 3).
The school also organises a number of outings/trips with overnight stay abroad for students based on their interests, like participation in competitions such as Eurosport, the science festival, Model European Nations, Model European Council, music exchanges etc ….
In S6 the trip is for one week and is of a cultural nature. Previous years’ trips have been to Prague, Berlin, Rome, Warsaw, Brittany, and Latvia.
|Trip||All or some?||year Group|
|Puy Du Fou||All||S3|
|MUN (Model United Nations)||Selection||S4 & S7|
|FAMES (ES festival of Arts and Music)||Selection||S4-S7|
|MEC Model European Council||Selection||S6|
|S6 Cultural Trip||Selection||S6|
|S6 geography trip||Selection||S6|
During European hours children from Year 4 upwards get the chance to work on short projects in mixed language streams. These projects often have a global aspect, including 3D maps of Europe, creating displays of possible school motto’s to reflect our global outlook, looking at environmental issues and art projects based on various renowned artists. Some of the projects are multilingual like this audio presentation of the school:
In History and Discovery of the world the school follows the curriculum of the European Schools with an international approach to the subject.
Within RE sessions throughout primary we study and celebrate various religious and cultural events. Most year groups spend some class time looking at Chinese New year and incorporate the writing, varying zodiac stories and other aspects of the new year. Some of the Chinese families in our community hold a Chinese New Year snack sale at the end of the school day. Eid, Hannukah, Diwali and Christmas and Easter are also studied to reflect our community and extend our understanding of cultural and religious beliefs around the world. All major world religions are studied during the primary years and put into context, within age appropriate ranges, Geographically, through moral codes, customs and how faith can influence everyday practice and laws.