The Mead Primary School in Trowbridge is delighted to have had its International School Award reaccredited until 2022 and this time, its approach has been recommended to the Award administrators as аn example of outstanding good practice.

The British Council, which presents the International School Award every three years, said, “This is аn outstanding application from The Mead Primary School which meets all of the requirements for International School Award Reaccreditation. It is approved without hesitation. Every section sparkles with quality. Congratulations to the staff, pupils and all the other members of your community who have contributed to this success.”

The British Council was particularly impressed with the school’s ‘No Plastic Project’; a link with the Australian International School in Vietnam; ‘International Maths Games’ and ‘International Families’ projects; and highlighted how excited it is to see the outcomes of the school’s plans for an arts and music project with a school in Chania, Greece.

Mrs Gill Herrin, class teacher and International Coordinator at The Mead Primary School, said, “We are thrilled to have received such wonderful comments from The British Council about our international work. It’s an aspect of our learning which is very exciting, particularly when we get to work with other children and staff from around the globe. We can’t wait to get started on our projects for this year!’