We are Global Citizens

At Queen’s Park CE/URC Primary School, we have several partner schools, both locally and internationally. We value these links and feel that they help us to teach, not just languages to a very high standard, but also global issues across our curriculum.

In 2016, we gained full accreditation in the British Council’s International School Award and in 2019 we were proud to be awarded with reaccreditation.

Despite the issues surrounding Covid 19, we continue to be committed to helping in the development of our pupils as global citizens. Projects which we have prioritised include: 

A project linked to ‘The Invisible String’ book by Patricia Karst and wellbeing. On European Day of Languages, we connected with our partner schools to look at how the pandemic had affected the schools overseas.

We designed symbols of hope and received messages and photos to display on our international corridor. This project earned us an Impact Award from Picture News.

This academic year, we are working on seven project. These are:

  • Hope and Chariy
  • Vive la France
  • Our Beautiful World
  • The World Reimagied
  • One World, One Vision
  • We are Entrepeneurs
  • A World Of Books

We have also enjoyed continued connection with ACE charity as we have fundraised and received letters from Arise school in Tanzania.


We work closely with Primary Languages Network to provide an effective French curriculum and our Y6 pupils are enthusiastic students of Mandarin, delivered by a Chinese teacher from Cowley International College.

Partner Schools

Our partner schools work with us on the above projects. Links to their websites are below:

Arise, Tanzania – https://www.facebook.com/groups/AfricaChildreninEducation

IC Gianni Rodari, Rome, Italy


Istituto Comprensivo Gianni Rodari

Via Niobe 52 - 00118 Roma – 

GHS Herderschule Bad Pyrmont (herderschule-badpyrmont.de)

Sacred Heart Catholic School, Ulverstone, Tasmania


Ecole de Velles, Velles, France 

Ecole Primaire Simone Veil (ac-orleans-tours.fr)


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