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European Parliament Ambassador School

Thu 25th May 2017

The Transition Year European Studies class has been following the European Parliament Ambassador School Programme since September 2016. Our aim was to be awarded European Parliament Ambassador School status. In order to achieve this goal, there were certain criteria that we were asked to meet. We have set up a a European Union information point in the school and we have been working on a website that will link to the main school website. We had a visit from Brian Hayes MEP, who had a lively debate with all Transition Year students and the Form 5 Politics and Society students. We ran our most successful Multicultural Week to date with an international market showcasing the huge diversity of culture in our school. The icing on the cake for us was when the logo we designed for the programme was chosen as the winning entry in the Euroscola competition. We will all be travelling to the European Parliament in Strasbourg in October where our students will assume the role of MEP to participate in Euroscola. Today, our hard work and dedication was recognised in a ceremony in Europe House where we were presented with a plaque awarding us European Parliament Ambassador School status. 

 

Brian Hayes MEP came to the school on Thursday the 25th May to present the award to the school.

 

 

 

  • KH European Parliament Ambassador School
  • KH European Parliament Ambassador School - Brian Hayes
  • KH European Parliament Ambassador School - Brian Hayes