International Link with Freetown
Embedding international learning into our classrooms is key to deepening pupils’ understanding and respect for the world around them.
School partnerships give pupils an insight into another way of life. By working together on joint projects, pupils can gain a greater appreciation of cultural diversity and global issues such as migration, sustainability and conflict.
By bringing international learning into our classrooms, our pupils will learn valuable lessons about sustainability, mutual respect and citizenship.
Our visit to Freetown
A while back Bricknell Primary School linked with Obez Memorial School in Freetown, Sierra Leone, as part of Global Schools Partnership ran by the British Council.
This has been a fantastic opportunity to learn about life and education in another part of the world.
We were recently involved in a group trip to Freetown were two of our members of staff visited our partner school Obez Memorial.
Here is a collection of images from the trip:
‘We couldn’t be happier with the care and education my child has received so far.’
‘I cannot fault the school or staff. Everyone is very supportive.’
‘Thank you for helping us with her worries and for the support.’
‘Positive environment and appropriate challenge for development, excellent.’
‘I am delighted with how happy she is at school. Her skills are clearly progressing and she is extremely well supported. Her teacher clearly knows her very well.’
‘Thank you so much to all of the members of staff; our child is extremely happy here and we are very grateful.’
‘My son is extremely happy in all aspects of school. Fantastic teacher and an excellent education. ‘
‘Any concerns raised have been dealt with swiftly.’
‘She is enjoying school a lot. She is challenged appropriately and not over-loaded with homework. She speaks positively about her time at the school and her teacher.’
‘We are very happy with Bricknell as a whole. He is becoming more confident and is well supported. Thank you to all of the teachers.’
‘She is very happy at school and I only hear positive things. Many thanks to all the teaching staff.’
‘Very happy with my child’s start to year 5.’