International School Award
Trinity has been awarded the British Council International School Award, which recognises schools which have excelled in the area of international learning.
What is the British Council International School Award?
The Award is an internationally recognised accreditation, awarded to schools which forge links with partners overseas and add an international dimension to the curriculum. Through working on joint projects and adding international elements to lessons, pupils and teachers are given a fresh perspective on the world and their place in it.
Taking part in the Award:
- links schools with others around the world
- teaches pupils about other countries and cultures
- prepares pupils for living and working in the global economy
- enhances teaching standards through sharing best practice and teaching methods
- leads to a new outwardly facing perspective and ethos for the school as a whole
- Boy Over Board by Morris Gleitzman book study (English)
- Sustainability topic which included learning more about the Massai people, water in Mexico, tourism and tigers, ecosystems and deforestation and rainforests (Science)
- Visits from out Partner Schools – Collège Albert Ball and St.Dominikus Mädchengymnasium (Languages)
- Honduras Bottle Building (Maths)
- World War I Centenary Commemoration (History, Languages, R.E.,P.E., Science and Art)
- West African music and Francophone countries (Music and Langauges)
- Holocaust project (6th form History students)
- What makes me, me? (Langauges)
- Bastille Day celebration
- Global citizenship assembly
- CAFOD trip to Parliament
If you would like to know more about the Award, and hear about inspirational stories from around the world, then go to schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org and visit the International School Award pages.