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In Flanders Fields

Visit Flanders offers some advice for making the most of a First World War battlefield tour

Into the wild

Chris Hupp looks at the importance of putting outdoor education at the heart of the curriculum...

Barrow Hills boosts 'Bags of Hope' appeal

Barrow Hills School collects over 200 rucksacks for refugees fleeing war-torn Syria

King's Ely develop MOOC for schools across Europe

King's Ely is only school in Britain to take part in Erasmus Plus online learning programme

Confucius status for Bolton

Bolton School awarded Confucius Classroom status to grow Chinese study in the region

Performing for peace

Bedford Modern students take part in musical production in Los Angeles

Old uniform sheds new light

Oundle's Laxton Junior School sends 24 boxes of uniform to India

Intrepid Borealis Society students head to Norway

David Howie from Loretto School reports on their summer Borealis Society North Norway Expediti...

Helping 10m children access quality education

Persil 'Learning for Tomorrow' initiative in partnership with UNICEF to help more children acc...

Head challenges boarding schools to offer places to refugees

Head of St Felix School says offering just two boarding places each would help local authoriti...

Getting the world talking

What's the modern equivalent of pen pals? Social media is an easy way to internationalise, say...

Oxfordshire pupils win International Linguistic Olympiad

Abingdon, Magdalen and Headington students winners at languages competition in Bulgaria

Wales puts the spotlight on international young leadership

UWC Atlantic College holds leadership skills course for students around the world

Toyota dream car campaign inspires next generation

Global art contest for children crowdsources and amplifies ideas for future inventors

Nottingham Girls' High School conquers Kilimanjaro

Nottingham students return from a challenging three-week expedition to Tanzania

Ashville departs for three-week African charity mission

Pupils and teachers from Ashville College are spending three weeks on a charity mission in Mal...

Helping us to help others

Working with the Fonthill Foundation gave Burgess Hill the perfect opportunity to make a diffe...

More IB success for UK independents

We round up more great results for this year's International Baccalaureate Diploma

Round-the-world trip for international college

Students 'Paint the World' to bring a splash of colour to the lives of those in need

Indian adventure for North East pupils

Forty-two students from Dame Allan's Schools set off for a month-long adventure to India

Aiming higher

Schools can learn valuable lessons from how universities recruit international students and ma...

Celebrating IB success

Schools see record results for the International Baccalaureate diploma

Four million students now at school abroad

The number of international schools providing education in English has risen dramatically in r...

Farlington learns about Nazi Germany in Berlin

30 historians from Farlington School took a trip to Berlin to investigate the GCSE History syl...

Helping international students excel in British schools

The benefits of a British education and the opportunities it brings are well known throughout ...

Boarding schools in Morocco supported by BGS

Bristol Grammar School raises £50,000 for education in Morocco as part of charity partnership

Eton experience for Chinese students

Eton announces EtonX, a joint venture offering online learning to students in China

Our school's eco-friendly journey in Riyadh

Parents, students and staff at the British International School of Riyadh appreciate becoming ...

Derby girls raise over £2,500 for Indian homeless charity

Eight-year-old twins from Derby High School raised money to help homeless children in Mumbai a...

Pathways for younger international students

Mark Jeynes takes a look at the growing number of young children studying overseas

Drawing on global experience

The programme for this year's COBIS conference in London offers multiple perspectives on the m...

Wherever next?

With two projects in China already, Malvern College is pioneering a new market with its latest...

Meeting global demands

Teaching overseas presents both opportunities and challenges, writes Maureen Lacey

Fundraising projects pay off

A new hall built with money raised by Derby High School students and staff has opened at an Af...

Moving out into the world

The issues schools looking to expand into the international market need to consider were among...

An unprecedented opportunity

Mark Abell looks at the structural and legal options for UK schools wanting to take advantage ...

A passage to India

India offers a huge potential market for UK independent schools, but it requires a different a...

All abroad!

The benefits of overseas expeditions for students are well recognised, but trips abroad offer ...

Girls bring global debate to school

Manchester High School for Girls was the venue for a two-day event discussing issues of intern...

A passage to India

Pupils from Oundle School spent their Christmas holidays in India, helping at a school for so-...