Assemblies emphasize the relevance of being a global citizen

Pupils in the Sixth Form (Dally, Kaya, Laura, Marlena and Joe) celebrated the common ground between pupils as well as our religious, ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity by leading Chapel assemblies this week for all year groups.

Learning another language and being able to communicate with someone in his or her own language rather than relying on English has incredible global significance. For many pupils at School, this includes Laura, Kaya and Marlena, English is their second language and they appreciate an interest in this and culture.

They concluded by emphasizing the relevance of being a global citizen –someone who contributes actively in this society, is inquisitive about other cultures and languages and wishes to connect with this global community.