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International Programmes

International Programmes“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.”  Nelson Mandela

Highworth International Programmes help prepare our students to compete and contribute in an increasingly interconnected world by extending our school motto, “REACH for the stars” into the global dimension, building knowledge and understanding of people and places, the issues which unite us and the attitudes and behaviours required to become a responsible global citizen.

By celebrating our global connections and cultural diversity, we develop equality, empathy, respect and understanding. Our curriculum is enriched by our growing international links and exciting CCGL (Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning) partnerships with the Gorkha Secondary School in Tulsipur, Dang, Nepal and the Usra Academy in Kaduna, Nigeria.

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We are delighted to announce that we have achieved The Global School Award and Mrs Ferris has won the Global Teachers Award.

58 Year 12-13 students have trained to teach English as a Foreign Language. The next course is 30 and 31 March 2022.

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Here is our first CCGL Partner School, the Gorkha Secondary School in Nepal. We have collaborated on 3 projects together and are applying for the International School Award! Our Sixth Form TEFL teachers have the opportunity to apply their skills to help Year 7 students as part of The Languages Project which celebrates languages and supports students who speak more than one.
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We have a new British Council Connecting Classrooms  (CCGL)  partnership with the Usra Academy in Kaduna, Nigeria and are getting to know each other.

Eleven students who completed the Languages Project have successfully applied to become librarians, looking after our new culturally diverse books.

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Culture Days: South Asian Culture Day was led by our Asian Society who shared their celebrations and held a Henna design competition. Here is the amazing winning entry.

The Studying Abroad Group meets fortnightly at 1.00 on Monday Week A. On their Sirius Focus Day, Year 11 Students enjoyed a competitive Studying Abroad session which JP won!