Sotogrande International School (SIS) is a day and boarding school, based in the South of Spain, which follows the IB programme from 3-18 years. It is home to a passionate learning community who inspire and encourage learning and intercultural understanding, promoting education as a force for good in the world. With more than 1000 children from over 44 countries, SIS provides a challenging, nurturing and academically rigorous International education.
Throughout the IB programmes teachers aim to combine academic excellence with extraordinary educational experiences. Embracing the creative use of technology and authentic service experiences students are encouraged to think independently and critically, developing their own unique interests, gifts and talents and taking opportunities to be the best they can be.
“As a group of students determined to make a difference, we are so happy tohave been given the opportunity and support to release a song that will help send more children to school. Everyone has a right to an education.” – The SIS Choir
“How incredible to work alongside meaningful projects, that touch the lives of the people around us. We constantly strive to provide opportunities for our students to think about others, other than ourselves, this is needed within our current society. I feel honoured to have The Kindred Project within our school.”
Jak Kearney, Head & CEO of Sotogrande International School
“I am immensely proud of our student’s talents, dedication and compassion, knowing that the reciprocal benefits of this project are long lasting and lifechanging. What further proof is needed of the emotive power of music and how it can be used to improve lives? Having led service learning trips to Uganda and being fortunate enough to have met, in person, some of the beautiful people benefitting from this project, it gives huge hope and opportunities for young minds to succeed and make a positive difference in our shared world. This could not be achieved without the drive and passion of The Kindred Project and all those involved – for that, I thank you.”
Kerry Wickersham, Head of Music at Sotogrande International School.