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International Schools

The aim of the International Schools Team at Croftcroighn School is to raise awareness of international customs, cultures, languages and learning in other countries around the world.  Croftcroighn School has been involved with projects which encourage partnerships with foreign schools.   We have been awarded our ISA reaccreditation from the British Council. 

Croftcroighn School successfully completed an Erasmus+ Project involving seven other European partner schools as part of the school’s three year Erasmus Plus project entitled “Local Reflections of European Common Cultural Heritages and Values”.  This initiative enabled pupils and staff to work together in sharing ideas and practice.

The school continues to forge international links and is currently working on an Erasmus+ Project together with a French School based in Marseille in France.

Our current Partner school  École  Élémentaire Publique François Moisson  in  Marseille, the  "oldest city in France" is located in the region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur  in the south of France. 

This mainstream primary school, situated in the multicultural area of “Le Panier”   near Marseille’s beautiful old port offers support for pupils with additional support needs within a unit which focuses on literacy and reading.    The school has a staff of 26 and around 412 pupils.  

Since 2017 Croftcroighn School and École Élémentaire Publique François Moisson have   been working as partners within the  Erasmus Plus Project  “Bon Appétit” by sharing an interdisciplinary  curriculum which has compared and promoted healthy eating practices in Scotland and France.

Both schools have been communicating with each other since 2017 by email and sending examples of pupils work.    In a recent visit in March, members of Croftcroighn School’s  International Team visited Marseille. The team met pupils and staff and shared good practice by sharing resources in the form of AAC ( Augmentative and Alternative Communication) in both the English and French language.  

Croftcroighn School hopes to continue future links with École Élémentaire  Publique François Moisson   and continue to create global awareness and education.