The Global Classroom features in the ISC Partnership Review
The Global Classroom has recently appeared in the Independent School Council Partnerships (ISC) review. Alongside Eton College and Manchester Grammar School, Scarisbrick Hall School has been commended for its ‘The Global Classroom’ virtual learning initiative and explains to readers how The Global Classroom is seen as a virtual learning resource center for 150,000 schools in 193 countries. Read on to find out more.
The State and Independent School’s Partnership (ISC)
Here at The Global Classroom, we are delighted to feature in The Independent School’s Council Partnership review. As ISC schools educate more than 500,000 children in the UK, we are proud to have featured in the ISC’s Partnership review.
Why has The Global Classroom as a virtual learning resource been featured?
At the end of last year’s academic year, schools closed much earlier than expected due to the coronavirus pandemic. As schools were faced with a challenge to deliver remote working and provide virtual learning resources for pupils, a handful of schools diversified their offering and tried something a little different.
This is where The Global Classroom has been mentioned. As a virtual learning resource uniting children from all over the world, The Global Classroom shines light on important topics relating to education, wellbeing and health. At The Global Classroom, we believe all children should get access to education wherever they are based geographically, and this is why we created our virtual learning resource – The Global Classroom.
To read more about the ISC Partnership Review and to see our feature, check out the image below.
Why not join us for our next virtual learning session – Session 5, Global Generations on 20th November 2020!?