Redbourn school praised for global awareness
A SCHOOL in Redbourn has been awarded the International Schools Award for their dedication to teaching global issues. St Luke s, a special secondary school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties, has covered topics such as global sustainability an
A SCHOOL in Redbourn has been awarded the International Schools Award for their dedication to teaching global issues.
St Luke's, a special secondary school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties, has covered topics such as global sustainability and fair trade.
The award, presented by BBC news reporter George Alagiah at a ceremony in London, recognises the work done by the school.
Deputy head John Warwick said: "Receiving the award is a great honour, but we are not stopping there!"
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Mr Warwick said the school will continue to develop the international side of the curriculum and pupils' understanding of being global citizens.
Students are planning for World Peace Day and a two year Healthy Living Project with schools in Spain, Austria and Germany.
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