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Year 10 &11 students' International Week projects

19 October 2018

For International Day this year, Years 10 and 11 were split into groups working on either developing a successful voting system or campaigning for their chosen charity. Both year groups will vote for a charity which they will then work within the upcoming year. During this process, the students have been developing their team building and problem-solving skills while getting the chance to work with new students from different year groups.

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The teams in charge of setting up the voting system have learnt how an election is organised and the amount of work that is required into making sure everything is carried out fairly. The Presiding Officer of this voting group, Daniel Zujev, commented on his experience, “It’s been exhilarating, slightly chaotic, and yet educational all the same. I’ve learnt a lot about organisation and realised how much effort actually goes into preparing and executing a fair voting system. I’d like to offer thanks to Mr Puskás and Miss Miah and all the staff and students who have supported and accompanied us on this journey.”  

Meanwhile, the charity campaigners will present to the rest of the year groups this afternoon about why their charity deserves our year groups' support. The vote will take place shortly afterwards. We look forward to seeing them and casting our votes!

Tamas Farkas and Dorottya Kiss
Year 11 students