On January 15th, the House Captains of Raynham Primary School were selected to attend the British Council International Schools Awards Ceremony. The event was held at the Houses of Parliament and attended by representatives from schools across the UK, the British Council and Members of Parliament.
During the ceremony, Raynham was awarded the highly esteemed International Schools Awards Accreditation, recognising the school’s contribution to developing an international ethos.
The Raynham House Captains were chosen to close the ceremony, where they shared insights on the school’s international links and how it incorporates sustainability into the curriculum.
The children highlighted the importance of collaboration with various partners like Constable Daniel Woodall Primary School and The Archives and Public Schools Museum in Edmonton, Canada, Trees for Cities and The Canal and River Trust.
Their presentation impressed the audience, the organisers, and the MPs, praising their public speaking skills and demonstrating a clear belief in Raynham’s international and sustainable ethos.