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Pascal Schools joined Globeducate

11/08/2022 09:27

PASCAL Schools have joined Globeducate, one of the world´s leading K12 education providers, with 55+ premium bilingual and international schools, and online programmes, in 10 countries, educating more than 31,000 students.

According to a statement, schools in Globeducate specialise in a variety of highly respected international curricula including the English National Curriculum (EYFS to A Level), International Baccalaureate (PYP to IBDP), and the national curricula of Canada, France, India, Italy, Malaysia, Portugal and Spain. Their students achieve high grades and are accepted into higher education programmes at 25 of the world’s top 50 universities. 

Being a member of Globeducate will actively contribute to the growth of the organisation, modernising its structure and practices, bringing in new expertise and knowledge, and upgrading the services. Students and teachers of PASCAL Schools will enjoy multiple benefits and opportunities to learn. The group is an official partner of WWF (World Wildlife Fund), and works with each country’s eco-schools, as well as LEGO ® Education and Arts International.

PASCAL schools will have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities worldwide, online or in person, such as the Globeducate Model United Nations, Academic Olympics, Arts Competition, Olympic Games and Student Leadership Summits. At the same time, PASCAL teachers will be able to join international education communities, which focus on: “Outdoor Learning”, “Reading and STEAM education” and “Sustainability” (Eco-Schools and WWF).

In statements, the President of PASCAL Education (Cyprus) Ltd, Mr Pantelis Andreou, expressed his enthusiasm over PASCAL becoming a member of Globeducate. “This development broadens the scope and horizons of PASCAL Schools, while it creates new prospects for our staff and students. Our top priority is to keep adding value to the Education sector and local society,” he pointed out.

It should be noted that PASCAL Education (Cyprus) Ltd is still the owner of PASCAL Schools in Cyprus, while both the organisation’s Board (Andreou family) and management will not change.