Coloma is Re-accredited as a World Class School

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Coloma is Re-accredited as a World Class School

World Class Schools are required to prove their World Class status every two years, via a process of re-accreditation. 

Coloma is delighted to be one of only 32 schools in the country that has achieved re-accreditation of their World Class School status.  

At the assembly where the plaque was presented to Coloma, Miranda Perry the Director World Class Schools Quality Mark said, “Coloma is full of World Class Students ………  it has World Class staff.  It is truly a World Class School, you should be very proud.”

The reaccreditation process involves two World Class school student teams working together. Each team reports on their own school, exchanges and comments on the report of their partner school, and carries out an exchange visit, during which they video their partner school in action as World Class. The Coloma team was led by Emma Hiscock, Hannah Little and Sarah Gardiner.  

“Our students’ visit to their partner school, St Clement Danes in Chorleywood, was really rewarding. It has been so great collaborating with them over recent weeks. Our students have got a huge amount out of it and will continue to do so as part of the World Class School Alumni .” Celia Huggett Assistant Head.

2019-10-17T12:46:22+00:00