Behaviour expert Sue Cowley observes...
- Education Professionals
Staff from two secondary and two primary schools explain how they've been influenced by visits to Brazil and Mexico.
South Dartmoor Community College's contact with a Brazilian school led to a review of evaluation policies and now pupils report on teachers.
Longsands Community College in St Neots, began to reach out more into community and work closer with other agencies after learning from Mexico.
We also meet the headteacher of West Drayton Primary, in west London, who has made a life-changing decision after meeting teachers and students in Brazil.
The biggest impact comes from school leaders wanting to do more to help prepare young people for their place in a global society.
Part of the series: International School Leadership
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