International Work is very important to our children and staff. We learn so much from our colleagues around the world, fully recognising that different education systems seek to address generic issues that affect all children and young people across the globe. The children at Mayflower Primary School are committed, passionate, global citizens, who care so deeply about the world around them. Their lessons are rooted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and also the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Erasmus, Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL), the Lyfta Platform, and the British Council are our primary means of accessing international learning, but over many years, we have built up a global network of partners, all of whom enrich the experience of our children. Finally, much of our CPD takes place around the world, and the joy of seeing staff energised by an international visit allows us to address matters of wellbeing, as well as the development of school-based experts who can make a direct contribution to the creative, arts-based curriculum we teach.