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St Peter's Catholic Primary School

St Peter's Catholic Primary School

International Schools

Who are the 'left behind children' around the world? - BBC News

At St Peter’s we believe that including international work as part of our curriculum and fostering an international ethos throughout the school helps our children to develop:

  • an increased knowledge, awareness and tolerance about other countries, cultures and languages,
  • confidence in communicating with people from different backgrounds,
  • more skills to successfully live and work in a global and mobile society,
  • literacy skills when writing stories and letters for specifics audiences

As well as providing an exciting extra dimension to children’s learning.

We have a number of international projects that run at St Peter’s and while we have outlined them here, you can find out much more using the dedicated links.

Global Collaboration Projects

We have a number of projects linking children together in schools across the globe.

JDO Global Collaboration Project

We have been involved with the JDO Foundation Global Collaboration Program since 2016. Children in Year 4 and 5 have been partnered with children from the USA and Spain and have used their 1:1 technology to have regular communication and work together with their international peers

Spanish Virtual Study Exchange 

The Virtual Study Exchange was a five week online partnership program joining St Peter's with schools in Spain. The children worked in small groups made up of a pair of children from St Peter’s and a pair from our partner school. These groups met once a week for about 45 minutes to work on a project based around comparing and contrasting foods and different meals in their countries.

International Student Visitors 

Through our links with Kingston Study School, we are delighted to be able to host groups of primary aged students from the Far East at St Peter's. In the summer of 2019, we hosted two groups in school. One group from Shanghai, China and one from Ningbo, China. Despite the challenges of language differences the children soon formed swift friendships with each other. 


Where in the world?

We have included a number of international elements into our Geography, Literacy and RHSE curriculum to help children learn more about the world around them and their place in it.