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International

Enriching experiences

Group school trips abroad are fine, but you can't beat a good old-fashioned student exchange, ...

Foreign affairs

Maureen Lacey from Gabbitas Education offers advice to teachers who are thinking of applying f...

Art in the Big Apple

Oundle School art students got the chance to explore the culture of New York on a recent visit...

Hereford choir on song

Hereford Cathedral School has taken part in an international concert series in Belgium to mark...

Fancy going Dutch?

With the costs of going to university in the UK continuing to rise, Ted Underwood looks at the...

School's in for summer

Stuart Higgins, principal of Saint Michael's College, weighs up the pros and cons of running a...

Wellington's wellbeing expedition

School pupils at Wellington College, Berkshire, go offline in unusual African wellbeing and pe...

Solihull girl to the rescue

A Solihull School army cadet came to the rescue when her instructor suffered a suspected strok...

Founder of education campaign honoured

The founder of the Campaign for Female Education has become the fourth WISE Prize for Educatio...

Lord Mayor welcomes European students

October's Relais de la Memoire Juniors Conference at Dame Allan’s Schools aimed to promote r...

OB awarded scholarship Stateside

Old Brentwood Naznin Ferdhusi has been awarded a full scholarship for The English Speaking Uni...

Eastern ambitions

More and more institutions are planning to expand into Asia. Anne Keeling looks at how three l...

Oundle visit Ypres

A group of Oundle School students visit Ypres, Belgium, to commemorate former pupils and staff...

Hereford School on the world stage

Hereford Cathedral School has continued to grow its global reach and open its doors to pupils ...

Derby High's Silk Route expedition

Derby High School students took on the Silk Route in a World Challenge expedition to Uzbekista...

A Tale of Two Schools

To mark the centenary of WW1, Abingdon School invites its exchange school in Germany to co-ope...

International Success for Saint Martin's

Saint Martin'™s Girls' School gains prestigious British council International School Award in ...

Total immersion

Could intensive English-language summer schools offer any lessons to independent schools looki...

International all the way

The benefits of a global education are huge says Professor Christina Slade, Vice-Chancellor at...

Pupils turn teachers in Ethiopia

Derby High School pupils turned teachers at educational workshops during a once-in-a-lifetime ...

Dauntsey's supports Romanian charity

Twenty sixth formers from Dauntsey'™s School travelled to Cernavoda in Romania to support Nigh...

Mayfield girls’ life-changing trip

Ten girls from St Leonards-Mayfield School have returned from Thailand, as part of the Schoolâ...

Trent’s CERN adventure

A visit to CERN has inspired the scientific ambitions of budding young Trent College students

Royal reception for Buckswood School

The King of Swaziland held a royal banquet to mark the school’s commitment to the country an...

Inspiring India

Seven-year-old twins were inspired by a trip to India to launch a fund-raising drive for chari...

International schools on a high

The international schools market has expanded significantly this year, providing English-speak...

Dubai calling for St Albans

St Albans School has announced plans to open a new international school in Dubai in September ...

Education winds blow East

International school developments in Hong Kong respond to rising demand across the globe for a...

Googolic prospect for stateside scholar

Reading Robotics graduate – and former Brentwood boy - receives a Google-sponsored scholarsh...

Euro success for City girls

The British Council’s eTwinning Quality Label, given In recognition of European work, awarde...

Students turn teachers for Ethiopia trip

Derby High pupils prepare for the trip of a lifetime to Ethiopia, where they will be teaching ...

Absolute GEMS

International correspondent Ted Underwood is impressed by the facilities and philosophy of GEM...

African school hall fund-raising boost

A hall which will be used by children at an African school is taking shape thanks to the fund-...

Eastward ho!

Malvern College's sister campus in China has become a bustling, successful international proje...

Dauntsey'€™s raise £8k for charity

Twenty Lower Sixth pupils from Dauntsey’s School are busy fundraising for their forthcoming ...

US university fair showcases at Taunton

More than 45 of North America’s top educational institutions have been invited back to Taunt...

Malaysia invests in international schools

The Malaysian government is investing in international school developments across the country,...

US university fair comes to Taunton

Sixth formers are invited to the UK’s second biggest US University fair, to be held at Taunt...

Edge Grove pupils back from Sri Lanka

Pupils at Edge Grove School in Hertfordshire celebrate a ‘trip of a lifetime’ as they retu...

Hong Kong international schools expand

Growing demand creates new options for UK independent schools seeking international opportunit...