Student Voice Challenge
As part of the Leadership programme our Student Voice Leaders across our family have worked hard to design a new school logo with some very creative results.
Check out our entries from our Primary students and Secondary Students. The Primary logo is designed by Yash Bhatia and the Secondary logo by Ben Stocks and Jas Wlodarczyk.
At this week’s webinar the Global Classroom student leaders have opened the next mystery package containing their second challenge: Write a school song. During a short brainstorm some very good ideas were discussed: add the multiple languages used in our school, liaise with the music teacher, jazz band and the choirs.
Good luck with your next challenge!
In this online League, Teams will compete in three rounds of Head2Head debates leading to a Grand Final. 3 teams from Warsaw participate in the Global Classroom Debating League; 2 teams from Primary and 1 team from Secondary. Both Primary teams beat their opponent; Congratulations!
The second round opens on January 19th. The Motion is: Tourism benefits the world.
Even if you’re not in a Debating League team, students can still have a go at our For and Against debates.
The Big Challenge: ‘Make it Right’
The Global Classroom has challenged our students to work together to use their voice to defend the rights of children everywhere through ‘Make it Right’. Our school has chosen to help the children in the Ukraine. With the help of all students we have collected warm winter clothes for children who had to abandon their homes because of the conflict situation. During the Christmas holiday the clothes were delivered to the children by Mrs Fuhrmann and her son.
Please watch the video to see how you can have an impact on others.
A very big thank you to all of you who have contributed in any way!
“The Big Challenge is an annual competition exclusive to our students through our Global Classroom. It gives our students the opportunity to investigate important global issues and show what we can achieve when we work together. The projects are led by our students and help them to develop key skills such as collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.”
Global Classroom Lead Teacher