What is "World Changers?"
The "World Changer" programme at MVA is a unique, co-curricular learning programme that challenges our students to come up with solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems.
How are the sessions run?
These hour-long weekly sessions are run in partnership with outside organisations to give our students a real sense of how the world works and thinks.
What is the purpose of the Programme?
The programme aims to encourage our pupils to think beyond what they may have thought themselves capable of and to develop collaborative working skills for a safer, fairer future.
How do students complete work?
Through a combination of self-directed research and collaborative problem-solving. The program culminates in a showcase event where students present their ideas to a wider audience.
Does it count towards a qualification?
Although the 'World Changer' programme does not count towards a specific qualification, the skills and knowledge gained can greatly support students in their academic and personal growth. Additionally, participation in the programme can enhance students' resumes and applications for work experience and higher education.
Did I hear your students won a Global Space prize?
Yes, two of our students won a global school prize through World Changers - their science experiment will blast to space in 2024 on a Space X rocket! Read all about it here.