The school has adapted its curriculum, to develop the following strands in a balanced manner:
The aims of the school are to:
1.Embed the global dimension within the school’s internal and external curriculum, engaging students to celebrate their own cultural identity and to foster respect for other cultures, languages and religions.
2.Develop knowledge and understanding of geographical, historical, political, religious and social differences in the world
3.Prepare students for life in a diverse global society and work in a competitive global economy
4.Bring the world into our class-rooms, and school.
5.Promote the use of ICT in meaningful contexts for the development of communication skills
6.Work with global partners to achieve their educational goals and ours.
1. To identify the global dimension in the learning experiences of our students. These eight key concepts we recognize as :
3.To regularly audit and identify opportunities for developing an international dimension throughout the curriculum
4.To involve the staff, students and wider community in the development of contacts with our global partners
5.To develop and fully extend our global learning partnerships with a focus on enriching the school curriculum and
communication via ICT. This will include activities such as :
with international issues.
7.To develop a strong awareness of similarities and differences in lifestyles and culture in a range of other countries
8.Help all subject areas within the school to benefit from International links and include International activities in the planning.
9.To develop cross curricular activities with International theme/s for all children
10.To provide the staff with opportunities to compare different teaching and learning styles
11.To recognize and celebrate the rich cultural and ethnic diversity within the school community
12.To involve community and parents in celebratory events, exchanges, visits sharing their adult expertise and experiences.