Roots continues to promote globalisation


ISLAMABAD: To promote globalisation across schools and in support of cross-cultural and inter-cultural learning ‘beyond the border initiatives’, there is always beyond the border initiatives in Roots Millenniums Schools that are been taken to get young Millennials to experience the international exposure and to have a mutual understanding of different cultural and tradition around the world. 
To promote globalisation, Roots Millenniums Schools, Islamabad, sent students of cultural exchange to Berkshire College UK. RMS is one of the private educational institution to launch different foreign languages for their students also strengthen the relationship with educational environment that encourages leadership, character and community service, actively embraces cultural diversity and acknowledges and accommodates the individual needs of the students. 
This course includes a variety of day trips to some of the wonderful places of London such as: Buckingham Palace, Madame Tussauds, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court, London Bridge, the London Eye etc. 
This trip will give each Millennial a chance to meet local people and enjoy a range of activities in a relaxed, friendly, fun and learning environment in England. Every Student will spend a day in London where they explore a range of London’s Tourist attractions. All the Activities are packed with regular activities throughout the week, such as English language, indoor five-a-side and outdoor soccer, table tennis, basketball and badminton etc. Berkshire College is located in Reading, which is one of the most cosmopolitan and dynamic places in South-East England. 
Reading is consistently one of the most popular higher education choices in the UK. The area is culturally, socially and economically rich, adding further dimensions to student’s learning experience. People come from all over the world to learn, to work, to experience different cultures and to be part of a dynamic way of life at Reading. All Millennial will receive English Lessons & Cultural/Social Skills Workshops from the qualified and imaginative teachers & trainers at Berkshire College.
A group of students from Roots Millennium Schools with some Parents from Islamabad have flown to Berkshire College United Kingdom last day. Roots Millennium Schools CEO Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI has been closely involved in this initiative and continues to promote the link between RMS and global countries. 
He has been championing the programme from the on-set, encouraging RMS students and faculty alike to experience the opportunities that such a programme brings. In these troubling times, it is initiative that brings people together in such an effective way. Participation in the programme speaks volumes on RMS’ sustained commitment towards developing its students as truly global citizens of the world.

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