The British Council’s International School Award recognises and celebrates Elston Hall School's commitment to International Relations. This globally recognised accreditation helps us enrich learning, improve our teaching and enables us to successfully embed international relations into the curriculum. At Elston Hall School we actively promote international education and recognise its importance across all aspects of the curriculum. The International School Award offers a global support network to staff and enables our students to become culturally aware and responsible for their actions. International education ensures Elston Hall students become global citizens and are ready to effectively participate in a multicultural world, serving others locally, nationally and internationally.

Our Partnership Schools Include:

MUMS Memorial School
Chandragiri-15
Fareshpakha
Kalenki
Kathmandu
Nepal

Year 4 were excited to receive a letter and Christmas cards from their link school in Nepal. We hope they like the cards we sent them!

Wilhelm-Raabe-Schule

Ecole Antoine Saint Exupery

Click on the links below to see the children from Ecole Antoine Saint Exupery.

French Children put on a Fashion Show

French Children Sing a Christmas Song

 

Edward Manzano Junior School

 

Work we have sent to our Partner Schools

 

 

Work we have received from our Partner Schools

  

 

 

 International Activities

March 2019 Year 4 Asia Day

Year 4 had a lovely day celebrating all things Asian! Children had the opportunity to make Chinese fans, design mehndi patterns, learn an Indian dance, create rangoli patterns, listen to Arjan play his dhol drum and participate in a delicious Indian feast made by Mrs Suwali! Thank you to parents/carers for providing children with their amazing outfits.

  

  

 

 March 2019 World Book Day

Children loved dressing up as their favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day. We spent the day celebrating reading, books and authors. Each year group chose a multicultural text to focus on.

Reception - Mama Panya's Pancakes - story from Kenya with aspects linking to pancake day
Year 1 - Anansi and the Tug o'War (African folktale)​
Year 2 - The Tiger Child (A folk tale from India) - Joanna Troughton
Year 3 -  Under the moon and over the sea and A caribbean dozen by John Agard (poetry) (Caribbean)
Year 4 - Firework Maker's Daughter - Philip Pullman
Year 5 - The Hunter - Paul Geraghty
Year 6 - Journey to Jo'burg - Beverley Naidoo

     

December 2018 French Christmas Day

What a 'fabuleux' day we had!

Children spent the day learning French words, singing French songs, having lessons from specialist French teachers, tasting French food, making French Christmas cards and participating in French sports!

Year 5 Singing