Once again each teacher adopted a country for the week and highlighted the language, culture, food, music, art and history of their chosen country. In addition to this some classes looked at the climate issues affecting certain countries. There are very few countries in the world not affected by climate change so our teachers focused on issues such as the destruction of forests in Indonesia, flooding in Thailand, pollution in India, draught in Pakistan and sustainable cities in South Korea. As we develop our pupils into global citizens it is important they learn about issues in other countries around the world as well as issues in Vietnam - this is what International Week is all about!
Mr Nicholas Chaddock – EAL Teacher