Award for Attleborough High School
Attleborough High School has gained an international school award for outstanding international work across the school.Head of modern foreign languages Connie Wind-Avery travelled to London with assistant headteacher David Bartram to receive the British Council award from BBC newsreader, George Alagiah.
Attleborough High School has gained an international school award for outstanding international work across the school.
Head of modern foreign languages Connie Wind-Avery travelled to London with assistant headteacher David Bartram to receive the British Council award from BBC newsreader, George Alagiah.
The school has developed a range of international initiatives, including students' foreign exchanges, projects in geography/ science/ history and art shared with French and German partner schools, charity work linking to Kenya and New Zealand, Year 9 students writing, acting, filming and editing their own work in German, trips to France, Germany, Spain, Iceland and Morocco, and curriculum study of international poetry and prose.
Mrs Wind-Avery said: 'I am proud of the achievement of the school and it has been a pleasure to see how much work my colleagues contribute to provide our students with a broader understanding of the world at large.'
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