Tom Scott, Round Square Representative and Subject Leader of Geography and Sociology writes:
Radnor House hosted a visit from fellow Round Square member, Nightingale School. The visit was a great success with twenty of our pupils acting as buddies for the visiting students as they researched and discussed issues surrounding colonialism in the US and the UK. The day involved a talk about the history of the School and the local area, a debate regarding the British Museum and a visit to Westerham. Nightingale School expressed their thanks and said that their students had left very happy with the day and what they had experienced. Thank you to the students and staff who helped make the day happen!
Our membership of Round Square's global network of schools gives us lots of opportunities to build relationships and share ideas with schools and pupils around the world.