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Southridge School (Canada) visits the EIC

A group of students from Southridge School (girls), Surrey (British Columbia - Canada) spent  a day sharing experiences among our students. 

As part of the International Programme offered by the Escola Internacional del Camp, a delegation of students from Southridge School (Canada) visited us recently.

The group of students between 13 and 16 years is part of the Southridge School football team which plays in the Canadian League. For this reason, they travelled to our country for two weeks and are enjoying a range of activities, training and football matches. 

The objective of the visit to the EIC is to exchange ideas, experiences and proposals from both schools taking advantage of the experience and international profile that characterises us.

A group of students from the EIC (ESO3, ESO4 and BAT/IB1) was chosen to be the hosts of the school and guided the girls from Southridge School in a series of activities prepared for the occasion: site visit, explaining the educational project, lunch, competitions and "express" activities in order to introduce them to the traditions and culture of our country. 

Among other points in common, we note that both schools are "IB world schools" running International Baccalaureate programmes. 

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We congratulate our students for a  job well done and the warm welcome they gave to the Canadian visitors.

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