Southmead was awarded the Intermediate Level for Developing Internationalism in the summer of 2018. This achievement recognises and celebrates:
•the broad range of cultures, faiths, home languages and interests within our school community
•our commitment to strengthening international activities within our curriculum
•developing children’s skills and outlooks which encourage positive engagement with others and their environment
•our vision of developing learners who 'Aim for the Stars', whilst being respectful of each other and the world around them
•an international dimension to the children’s learning experiences.
Springville School Kenya: Year 2 have been writing letters to our partner school in Kenya. We look forward to receiving letters back and finding out more about the children and their school.
Year 6 are really enjoying their Autumn Topic ‘Japan’
Have a look at some photos of International Day and International Mother tongue Day in the summer!
International Letter Project with Springville School, Kenya
UNCRC Article 13 - We have the right to find things out and share opinions
In the Autumn term, the Year 2 children in Pine and Cedar classes wrote letters to our international partner school in Kenya. The children in Springville loved reading their letters and looking at the Year 1 art work of our school.
During the Spring term, the children in Kenya have been busy writing their replies. We can’t wait to receive them!
Autumn Term - Year 6 Curriculum ‘Japan’ topic
Wow! What a busy term. Sycamore and Holly learnt so much about this amazing country including the traditions, stories, geography, history, art work and other cultures. Mrs Hall shared her experience of visiting Japan with Year 6.