Pupils show visitors a little bit of Britain
TEENAGERS at schools in Winterbourne and Yate have been hosting fellow students from India.
Students studying the International Baccalaureate (IB), an alternative qualification to A-levels, hosted 11 Indian students who are taking the same qualification in their home country.
As part of their visit to Winterbourne International Academy and Yate International Academy, the foreign students helped paint a mural at Elm Park Primary School in Winterbourne.
The event was part of a week of activities aimed at introducing the students to a British way of life.
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This event tied in with a decision by Rob Gibson, principal of the academies, to adapt the IB syllabus for younger students, aged between 11 and 16.