Yothinburana School - Our partner school in Bangkok, Thailand.
Hatch End High School along with several other primary schools and secondary schools in the borough are part of a Link network with some partner schools in the southern hemisphere.
In 2009 Hatch End High School created a partnership with Kiyuya Seed Secondary School located in Masindi Uganda. The link funded by the British Council has enabled the schools to create a joint curriculum project whereby teaching practice is shared across the two schools. The pupils in both schools regularly communicate and learn about each others cultures, traditions and life styles from the shared resources.
Over the last few years teachers from Hatch End have been fortunate enough to visit Kiyuya Seed (photos from this visit can be found here) and again this summer we are expecting some Ugandan teachers to spend some time at Hatch End.
Rivers of the World is the flagship art and education project of The Mayor’s Thames Festival. Delivered in partnership with the British Council's Connecting Classrooms, the project links schools and over 2,000 young people around the world through common river themes.
Each year students from up to 34 London secondary schools are linked with schools overseas (school partnerships). They study their river, or their partner city's river, and, with the help of professional artists, they produce fabulous artworks for public display.
The artworks created by all the schools involved in Rivers of the World are exhibited along the banks of the River Thames as part of The Mayor’s Thames Festival. Artworks are also displayed in high profile locations in each of the participating cities (gallery)