A DERBY school is one of the first few special schools in the UK to reach educational excellence after achieving ‘world class’ status.
Crude oil is the most versatile and useful fossil fuel. Like coal and natural gas it has formed in the Earth’s crust over millions of years from the fossilized remains of algae, plankton, corals and other sea life. (more…)
In an era of technological advancement, everybody seems to be asking “how do we survive with technology?” (more…)
Debating… auf Deutsch! Fear of public speaking, or glossophobia, is believed to affect 75% of the population (more…)
Within an education system increasingly focused on the promotion of the so-called ‘core’ subjects, the arts are being progressively sidelined. Sidelined with them are students’ creativity and lateral thinking skills, which are gradually slipping from our national consciousness. (more…)
World Class CEOs, headteachers, Principals and school leaders came together for a session focusing on drawing up a blueprint on creativity in the curriculum. (more…)
On 13th December, teachers, headteachers and students joined us at our annual WCSQM Awards Ceremony, held at Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge University, to celebrate the achievement of World Class students UK-wide. (more…)
On Monday 9th July, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School (EGA) in London was host to WCSQM’s annual Symposium. (more…)