saltash.net was recently re-accredited as an International School, recognising the school’s ability to bring an international dimension to teaching and learning.
To mark the award, Headteacher Isobel Bryce, alongside Miss Tremellat and Mrs Carr from the Languages department at saltash.net attended a celebration at Plymouth Council House on Thursday 10 November.
Also in attendance representing the school were Year 13 students Dan Frankland and Zac Hyams, who confidently spoke of the opportunities they have received at saltash.net.
British Council Ambassador, Jill Bailey, said Dan and Zac “definitely stole the show and really impressed the audience.”
After the event, Zac said, “It was great to see all the International work going on in the area because it’s so important that young people are involved in international enterprises and learn about the world we live in.”
The award means the school is accredited until 2021, having first been awarded back in 2010.
Miss Tremellat added: “We are very proud to have received this award in the presence of the Mayors of Saltash and Plymouth, as well as our Head Teacher. Receiving this award recognises the great range of international opportunities which our students have here at saltash.net.”