Global Citizenship in Online Education
We inspire our students to be global citizens
At Sophia High, we place huge importance on developing global citizenship and social responsibility, as our students connect with their peers from around the world and have the opportunity to learn from each other and about each other every day.
We are building a global community of learners within a safe, secure and happy online learning environment, where our students are inspired, challenged and supported in all they do. We aim to empower young minds to think creatively, develop independence, problem solve and to make connections with the world around them.
Our Four Dimensions of Learning has enabled us to pioneer a model of online education that provides our online school students with global citizenship and intercultural understanding for our sustainability and wellbeing (GCIU). Our ambitious online curriculum model provides a broad humanitarian scope for the delivery of our online focus on GCIU learning and ensures that our purpose, core values and directions and competencies we aspire for our students to develop, intersect. At Sophia High School, our groundbreaking Global Citizenship and Intercultural learning program provides knowledge, understanding skills valuable, nay essential for lifelong learning.
This is Education Reimagined.
Modelled on the richness of the best international approach to education, our school unlocks potential, nurtures talent and realises dreams, so that students exceed expectations. Above all our guiding principles ensure that our students are aware of their responsibilities as the learners of today and the leaders of tomorrow.
Four Dimensions of Intercultural Learning at Sophia High School
Promoting the UN Global Goals | Voices for Change through our groundbreaking curriculum model at Sophia High School
We are delighted to be joining the Council of International Schools and driving Global Citizenship through our teaching of the UN Global Goals through Fieldwork Educations IPC and IMYC curriculum programs.
As progressive educators, with a clear mandate to reimagine a new future for education, one of the greatest gifts we can give the future generation is the knowledge and wisdom to understand the mistakes we have made in the past and teach them the skills required to innovate and imagine new possibilities.
We need our children to grow from the learners of today to the leaders of tomorrow. This is our mandate at Sophia High School; to develop global citizens.
At Sophia High School, we are proud to be a supporter of the #UNGlobalGoals placing this mandate at the heart of our curriculum and acknowledging our role in shaping a new future.
IPC Curriculum at Sophia High School
Vanishing Rainforest Theme
At Sophia High School we inspire our students to be leaders. To make a difference and to develop themselves at Global Citizens.
This term through our focus on the @fieldworkeducation #IPC theme Vanishing Rainforest, our primary students from year 1 to year 6 have been focusing on the @theglobalgoals
Inspiring Global Citizens. This term our online primary students have been learning about the hugely important @fieldworkeducation #IPC theme Vanishing Rainforests.
We are thrilled to develop our students as global citizens with children joining us from all across the globe; including the U.K., Middle East, Zambia, Uganda, Bolivia, and Mexico but to name a few
At Sophia High School we are proud to be a supporter of the @theglobalgoals, placing this mandate at the hear of our curriculum and acknowledging our role in shaping a new future.
Life on Land - IPC | Global Goals
IMYC Curriculum at Sophia High School
Reducing inequalities Theme
Reducing inequalities and ensuring no one is left behind are integral to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
At Sophia High School we bring @theglobalgoals to life through our inspiring curriculum partnership with @fieldworkeducation.
This term our Senior students have been exploring the #IMYC focus unit of Community and the big idea that a shared sense of belonging occurs when people are able to negotiate and appreciate their complex often messy, differences. Central to this is developing and awareness and understanding of inequalities and how we can work together to reduce them.
Inequality within and among countries and within communities is a persistent cause for concern. Too much of the world’s wealth is held by a very small group of people. This often leads to financial and social discrimination.