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Globeducate schools across the world join together for a series of annual international events.
Shaping The World
Young people will only succeed in the world of tomorrow if they are prepared for the challenges they will face.
In Globeducate schools, we are all innovators in education; this is our core day-to-day focus.
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Agora Portals International School and Agora Sant Cugat International School co-hosted the annual Globeducate International Music Festival on 29th April - a virtual international music festival that united young musicians from 13 Globeducate schools for a celebration of music with the theme, Good Vibrations.
Schools across Globeducate, in nine countries, marked International Day of Mathematics in April with a variety of indoor and outdoor learning activities for students of all ages, from Pre-School to Secondary. UNESCO held its first International Day of Mathematics in November 2019, basing it on the event that began as Pi Day in 2007, and it is now one of the world´s largest global educational events, connecting the global learning community.
Earth is 6.9 billion years old and on Earth Day 2022 🌏, Friday 22nd April, we are reminded to act, innovate and implement. In Globeducate schools, we have been busy working to support sustainability since the launch of our Globeducate Agenda in 2019 and our commitment to all become fully-certified Eco-Schools.
The Globeducate Model United Nations (MUN) event, 30th March to 1st April, hosted by ISN Nice, France, is one of six global events on the Globeducate calendar that brings together students from across our nine countries.
The war in Ukraine affects all of us in Globeducate but, in particular, many members of our global community of bilingual and international schools face a personal impact.
More than 20 schools across the Globeducate network joined together on February 4th for the second annual Globeducate Reads event which saw school teams sharing wonderful video messages with each other and getting up to all sorts of imaginative activities designed to celebrate and inspire a love of reading.
January 27th marked Holocaust Remembrance Day, the beginning of a global week of remembrance, led by the United Nations.
Students took part in the annual Globeducate Virtual Arts Competition in November, with the theme this year of “Connections”. From ages 5 to 18, nearly 200 students in 39 schools jumped on the opportunity to showcase and explore their talents in painting, sculpture, poetry, drawing, 3D art, painting, photography and creative writing. Participating schools held internal art exhibitions and allowed artists to be peer evaluated or juried by the school community before final entries were chosen for the global competition.
Primary school children from 21 Globeducate schools competed online in the annual WWF-Globeducate Quiz on 13thJanuary, a fantastic opportunity for our young environmentalists to put their knowledge about wildlife and nature to life in a fun and engaging way, connecting with children from Globeducate schools from India, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Andorra and the UK.
Students from Globeducate schools in Spain and India have received prestigious awards from Cambridge Assessment International Education to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the June 2021 Cambridge examination series. In total, 11 students achieved this high level of recognition, with three achieving Top in the World for their subjects. Globeducate is one of the leading K12 education providers in the world with 55+ premium bilingual and international schools, and online programmes, in nine countries, educating more than 28,000 students.