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Stringer's International Dimension


Ghana Project: Since February 2008 this trip has become an annual event. Over this time the Dorothy Stringer School has forged links with a range of different organisations and we are delighted by the rapid progress made with our link primary school and senior school ,and the village of Tortibo. Our students have undertaken joint curriculum work with their Ghanaian counterparts on biodiversity, energy use and sport. Our recent charity work has helped supply equipment to increase the agricultural production in the village of Boyem, Techiman and provide drinking water to the village of Tortibo, Akosombo.

Please click on the link below to view a short film of our trip to Ghana in 2014

Ghana Video 2014 


International School Trips: We run annual language exchanges to Le Havre in France with our partner school, St Joseph. St Joseph School  Other international school trips taking place in 2015-2016 are a Year 11 History trip to Berlin and a Year 9 day trip to the Battlefields of Ypres in Belgium; Year 8 cultural visit to Italy; Year 10 and 10 Spanish exchange with our partner school in Madrid; Year 11 Geography trip to Iceland; Year 10 and Year 11 visit to Ghana; Year 8 - 10 ski trip to Andorra; Year 10 (2017) football trip to South Africa; Year 11 Science trip to Geneva.  

To see more details of the trips we offer School Trips  click here


BISS: Brighton International Summer School is a private English Language School based at Dorothy Stringer. It brings school groups from many different countries from around the world to Stringer for short 'integrated' study programmes. We believe such visits are of great cultural and educational benefit to our own pupils as well as to our overseas guests. BISS is accredited by the British Council.


International Policy

The school recognizes that:

  • awareness of global issues is essential for young people living in a world where economies are increasingly interdependent and global communication is a daily reality
  • an international dimension should be included in the learning experience of all our students
  • we have a commitment to promoting racial equality and that the attitudes and values of our students should be informed by global issues
  • the ethos of the school should reflect respect for and value of different cultures and beliefs
  • students should be given opportunities to broaden their horizons so that they see themselves as global citizens
  • students should develop a sense of global responsibility and by so doing enhance their self-esteem


To enable the learning experiences of our pupils to be enriched and to encourage them to learn more about international issues, the school will:
  • develop and maintain links with schools and communities in other countries
  • develop partnerships with schools in Europe, supported as appropriate by European Union funding (Interreg, Comenius)
  • develop the partnership with the Lycee Classique de Kaele in Cameroon, to mark and celebrate the school's 50th anniversary
  • run pupil trips and exchanges to a variety of different countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Africa
  • build contacts and exchanges through email and videoconferencing
  • welcome teachers and students from other countries to our school
  • raise awareness of sustainable development throughout the world
  • provide staff with opportunities to develop professionally through contact with schools in different countries so that they can compare educational experiences
  • actively encourage the study of foreign languages by offering a range of appropriate language options
  • seek additional sources of funding to develop the international work of the school
  • welcome and support pupils from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds
  • run a Global Action day during Activities Week to raise awareness of issues faced by young people
  • support staff wishing to initiate international themes in curricular or extra-curricular projects
  • regularly review and evaluate the International Policy

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