Schools and academies ...

... are the most highly respected institutions in (modern) societies (with the always inevitable exception - this time e.g. of Germany, who prefers security forces).

Nursery schools

elementary schools

Comprehensive and special (high) schools


Boarding schools





Aventis Colegios Monalita y Mulhacén, Granada.

Colleges (academy) and universities




'infant school n. (Brit.) È Vorschule, die; Grundschule für die ersten beiden Jahrgänge

Dressed not just for success .

Thailand Sriwittayapaknam School/

Canal Islands Girl's School Care ??/

Pipers Corner /

"Every pupil has the right to enjoy her learning and leisure free from intimidation, both in the school and in the surrounding community."

Pipers Corner Code of Conduct

The one rule for all of us is that EVERYONE acts with courtesy and consideration for others. This means that:

We always speak politely, respect people's feelings and try to understand other points of view.

We respect other people's possessions.

We respect our surroundings, keeping school clean and tidy so that it is a welcoming place.

We take a pride in our appearance.

We are quiet and sensible as we move about school and in lessons so that it is as easy as possible for everyone to learn. We are silent when required.

Gordenstone Group (mit Schloß Salem, Germany)/

Stowe School - boarding school

Eaton boarding school GB

Loxford School GB multikulturell

Bodenseeschule St. Martin Friedrichshaven


HH Hamburg Altona: Max Brauer Schule (Sozialer Brennpukt)

Nelson College for girls.

Nelson College for Girls will provide a stimulating and caring environment where students strive for personal excellence.

Nelson, New Zealand. In the heart of New Zealand is Nelson Region. Nelson City – at the top of the South Island - has the distinction of being not only the geographical centre of the country and the 'artistic capital' but also the thriving urban centre of a growing region. Similar in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 4 million – making it one of the world's least crowded countries.

A leading New Zealand state secondary school established by English settlers in 1883.

An education provider for young women Year 9 to Year 13, (ages 12/13 up to 17/18).

An environment with an emphasis on academic performance. A respected learning environment with a philosophy based on encouraging and supporting young women to achieve and excel.

Approximately 1,240 students; including day girls from the Nelson region, 130 boarders from all over New Zealand, and international students, Preparatory School students (of four classes with under 25 students in each class), Nelson College for Boys students involved in some senior classes.

A partner educator with Nelson College for Boys, and also working alongside local businesses, organisations and sports clubs and to offer an integrated approach to learning.

A member of the International Association for Schools with international students mainly from Germany, China, Japan and India ('sister' schools in Germany, France and Japan).

Core Subjects

These are the seven essential learning areas: Mathematics, English, Science, Social Sciences, lHealth and Physical Education, Technology, Arts

(English is compulsory to year 12.)

Optional Subjects

These include interesting and complementary topics such as: graphics, performance music or art, textiles and design, sports and outdoor education, food and nutrition, media studies, the German language, history, business studies and many more.

We recognize that often students require extra assistance to progress and so there are many different support options available. Parents and students are encouraged to discuss any learning difficulties with us so we can work on an effective support system to help.


around the world

united worlds colleges - ten worldwide

The United World Colleges (International)

Second Floor

17 - 21 Emerald Street

London WC1N 3QN

International Understanding Through Education

Through international education, experience and community service, United World Colleges enables young people to

become responsible citizens, politically and environmentally aware, and committed to the ideals of peace and justice,

understanding and cooperation, and the implementation of these ideals through action and personal example. -UWC

Mission Statement

United World Colleges had its origins in the late 1950s in the ideas of the renowned German

educationalist Kurt Hahn, founder of Salem School in Germany, Gordonstoun School in Scotland

and the Outward Bound Trust.

In nine United World Colleges, the academic curriculum centres on the International

Baccalaureate Diploma (IB), a qualification recognised throughout the world for its

high standards. Atlantic College was a pioneer of the IB in the late 1960s and UWC

remains an innovative force within the programme.

Simón Bolívar UWC of Agriculture offers a tertiary Diploma in Farm Administration, a

programme which mixes practical and academic work with sustainable development activities in

rural communities.

Community Service

Community or social service plays a vital role at every United World College. It

enables students to learn about themselves and develop a sense of responsibilityfor the

world around them and for those in need. Community service is tailored to local needs:

Shared Experiences

International understanding is not only the product of living and working together.

Cultural activities are an important part of life: arts, crafts, music, drama, national

customs and even food highlight the international dimension and students frequently

host events devoted to their cultures. They therefore develop an international

appreciation which is firmly grounded in their own local, regional and national

identities. Wide-ranging and challenging outdoor activitiesalso an important part of

UWCprovide further opportunities for shared experiences.

United World College of the Atlantic

St. Donat's Castle, Llantwit Major

Vale of Glamorgan, Wales CF61 1WF, UK

United World College of South East Asia

1207 Dover Road

Singapore 139654

Lester B. Pearson United World College of the Pacific

650 Pearson College Drive, Victoria

British Columbia V9C 4H7, Canada

Waterford-KaMhlaba United World College of Southern Africa

PO Box 52, Mbabane


United World College of USA

PO Box 248, Montezuma

New Mexico 87731-0248, USA

United World College of the Adriatic (AD)

via Trieste 29, 34013 Duino


Simón Bolívar United World College of Agriculture


Av. Andres Bello

Edificio Las Fundaciones

Piso 14†, Oficina 14-A

Urb. Guaicaipuro

1050 Caracas


Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong

10 Lok Wo Sha Lane, Sai Sha Road

Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR

Red Cross Nordic United World College

N-6968 Flekke, Fjaler


Mahindra United World College of India

Village Khubavali, Paud

Taluka Mulshi, District Pune 412 108



London School of Economics


??????????? Schools of Thinking, Thought

ways of thinking

intellectual approach

kinds of logic ???



The choice is yours:  options  Is our world to be put in crude black-and-white terms – or is it still rather blue?


Einladung auf die Burg - Invitation to the castle



Einladung auf die Burg - Invitation to the castle



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