Our students took part in a real-life simulation of the United Nations Model

Our pupils took part in a real simulation of the UN conferences organised by the International School Partnership for the pupils in the group.
Over 250 students between the ages of 12 and 18, from across 35 ISP schools globally came together to experience an educational simulation of a real United Nations conference, through our partnership with IMUNA. Across the three-day conference, students debated an international issue using the ideals of the Charter of the UN.
UN, NGO leaders and top university researchers to visited each committee to answer questions from our students, to maximise their learning experience. Visitors from UNHCR, UNICEF, MNJTF, FAO, Chatman House and the University of Warwick, amongst others will also attended.
The #ISPVirtualMUN is one of the international learning experiences that ISP offers to all its students. Thanks to these activities our students learn and develop skills that go beyond academics: critical thinking, public speaking, debate and negotiation; as well as allowing them to have a broader vision of the world we live in.