Last spring, we decided to take part in the Project Passport competition with our project plan called Wellbeing at School. We were fortunate to get the chance to travel to Australia in order to carry out our project, in which we aimed to find similarities and differences in the ways our school Oulunkylän Yhteiskoulu and Camberwell Girls Grammar School take care of student wellbeing. We started our project in Finland by writing down our own experiences, interviewing the students, doing a survey and taking photos to visualize the project. By using the same methods, we continued our research in Australia. This article represents our findings.
PROJECT PASSPORT is an annual competition exclusively for students from SAGE schools. It is organised by SAGE founding school, Nanyang Girls’ High School.
The aims of the competition are to raise students’ awareness of SAGE and its member schools, as well as to provide a fun and exciting platform for the students to develop an interest in cross-cultural cross-national learning and collaboration. Continue reading “PROJECT PASSPORT 2019”
We were so fortunate to have recently had two students, Johanna and Karoliina visit us from their school in Finland, Oulunkylän Yhteiskoulu, a partner school in the Strategic Alliance of Global Educators (SAGE). The students were successful in the SAGE Project Passport 2018 initiative with their project, Wellbeing at School, an important topic for young people in our global community and one that is receiving a great deal of attention in schools and more broadly education. Continue reading “SAGE School Visit to CGGS”