The Reaccreditation level is designed for schools that have successfully completed the Accreditation level and would like their work in international education to be recognised and certified again.
Schools who successfully complete the Reaccreditation level will be awarded this achievement for three years.
You can apply for the Reaccreditation if:
- Your school has successfully completed the Accreditation level,
- Your three year Accreditation level award is due to expire.
Requirements are similar to the Accreditation level, but you must also display your school's commitment to internationalism through sharing your experience in international education with other schools in the UK (ambassadorial role).
Schools should submit a plan to complete over the school year. It must include:
- seven curriculum-based international activities,
- three activities must be completed in partnership with partner schools in other countries,
- one activity must contain foreign language learning, connected to the learning about the culture of another country,
- you must demonstrate elements of cultural exchange in activities,
- activities should be spread throughout the school year and cover a range of subjects,
- students across various age ranges must participate in activities. Do not limit involvement of students to a single year group,
- schools should take up an ambassadorial role, spreading the knowledge, skills and experience of embedding internationalism in schools and to help up-skill others.
Schools will also submit an Impact Evaluation at the end of the school year. It must demonstrate the impact of the activities on learners, teachers and the community.
Visit the guidance and resources section for support on planning your international work.
What do you receive?
Schools who successfully complete the Accreditation level will be awarded this achievement for three years.
Schools will also receive:
- the award logo to display on your school’s website and communications,
- a certificate of achievement to display in your school,
- expert feedback and guidance on how to further develop and sustain your international work,
- a media pack containing a press release template and guidance on how to raise awareness through social media and the local press.