Seeing primary kids get confidence and boosting their skills for later in life is an amazing thing to be a part of.
Seeing students who’ve never met each other before produce such phenomenal projects is the true meaning of World Class.
An exciting stress!
My students have been really enthused by the whole process; they enjoy the opportunity to share their strengths and successes as part of a robust and meaningful reaccreditation process. They loved the assessment centre – a chance to make new friends and work on a creative, real-world project.
Our students have benefitted significantly through the World Class reaccreditation process. They have challenged, collaborated and stretched each other to ensure the final product is realised. They truly epitomise our school ethos of excellence and demonstrate all of the World Class characteristics by doing so. All students should be proud of what they have achieved.
WCSQM emphasises the importance of networking for today’s youth.
Can I just say what an amazing experience it was for all of us to take part in a project that allowed us to show off our amazing school. Along with the amazing experience it also showed us that although we unfortunately find ourselves in worrying times, we were able as a team to come together through online meetings, to not only show off a school that we love and are proud of, but also support each other through a new project that allows us to celebrate something. In this case it was our school, something that brings us all together and brings us joy. Therefore, I am not only extremely thankful for this opportunity on behalf of my team, but we are also extremely proud that we have finally been able to portray our school in the way it deserves to be seen. I hope you enjoy our application as much as we enjoyed making it.
I’m always worried that I’m bad with communicating but once I got into it it was fine, I was absolutely fine and really enjoyed everything.
World Class Schools has shown me something outside of my school that I can be a part of and help with. I never would have imagined travelling up to Coventry or Leeds to be part of an organisation that is accrediting schools that are doing amazing things for their pupils and as a student it’s really inspiring to see that schools and teachers care about us.
WCSQM is so inclusive, and this year has just proved that. Challenging primary school children to think higher and operate above their ‘age’ and including special schools is just fantastic.
It’s great to see students of all ages working together to achieve something so World Class.