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PHOTO MEMOIR OF THE VISIT TO INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL AT FELSTED, UNITED KINGDOM.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

HERITAGEANS SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN U.K.

Anika Gupta, Ananya Kulgod, Vyom Garg of std. VI with the headmistress Ms. Vandana Jasrotia recently savoured a true taste of British Boarding at the 452 years old Felsted School, Essex England. It was established in 1564, has been awarded Good Schools Guide award twice along the lines of our International School Award. Queen Elizabeth II, the reigning monarch visited the school to mark its 450th anniversary and unveiled plaques and officially opened the newly constructed Follyfield Girls Boarding House where the Headmistress stayed during her term.
Felsted International School has been inviting students across the world since 2012 with the vision of students exchanging ideas and learning together to develop cross-cultural learning. Respect trust, friendship, character, co-curricular skills are built through an intensive programme that fully harnesses the opportunity for students to develop their skills and confidence in becoming Global citizens.
This year, In 2017, more than 375 students from 30 different nationalities were part of the prestigious program along with the young, dynamic Heritageans.
‘Think Education’ working in partnership with Felsted School opened this golden opportunity for India and was welcomed by Heritage School Jammu.
A typical day began with English classes of 45 minutes each continuing till 12 noon i.e. lunch time. After lunch, the children had to attend Academies which included teaching of other subjects like Maths & Science followed by House time after supper which was served at 05:30 p.m. Evening programme were disco nights, dramatics, different kinds of Music, movies to name a few.Besides this there were day long excursions to London and Cambridge.

Ananya was awarded the certificate of the most thoughtful girl and Anika of the most helpful. The students have come back brimming with confidence, new international friendships and a global perspective. The parents were very appreciative towards the schools efforts to provide wings to the dreams of their children.