A journey through diversity and democracy – the European Pupils’ Parliament
Eight of our Year 10 and 11 students immersed themselves in the vibrant world of European politics this year. As delegates from our school, they took part in the European Pupils’ Parliament, a unique opportunity to get to know pupils from all over the world, present their own political groups in a plenary session and simulate the Council of the European Union. A highlight of this extraordinary experience was undoubtedly the exciting city rally in Strasbourg, where they got to know the EU quarter and their fellow participants from all over the world better.
Our pupils’ participation in the European Pupils’ Parliament was undoubtedly an unforgettable experience. They opened doors to new cultures, promoted intercultural exchange, deepened their understanding of European politics and strengthened their skills in cooperation and communication.