World Without Borders - England

Host Countries: The United Kingdom

School Partner:  St.Wilfrid’s Catholic High School

Participating Countries:

  • Ukraine,
  • Sweden,
  • France, 
  • Germany,
  • Italy,
  • Spain,
  • Poland,
  • Turkey,
  • Afghanistan,
  • Greece,
  • Denmark,
  • Holland,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Romania,
  • Austria, etc.

Frequency:   Annually

Length of Participation:  since 2004



  • to foster holistic character development;
  • to motivate and grow a deeper interest in studying foreign languages;
  • to offer opportunities to converse with native speakers and thereby gain real-life experience in a different language in order to develop fluency in the areas of speaking and writing;
  • to create an environment where students appreciate the aesthetics and beauty of speech;
  • to offer opportunities for cooperative group work;
  • to develop the ability to work well together in groups;
  • to teach tolerance towards one’s own culture and others’ as well;
  • to build upon previous knowledge about English history, culture and traditions;
  • to broaden understanding about the culture and traditions of Turkey and other participating countries;
  • to expose students to world-famous places of interest in the host countries.

Conference Activities:

  • International group projects;
  • Participation in lessons;
  • Workshops;
  • Assemblies;
  • Sports competitions;
  • Talent Contest;
  • Student work exhibits;
  • Excursions:    


  • The Big Bus Tour of London,
  • River Thames Boat Trip,
  • Westminster Abbey,
  • The Palace of Westminster/ The Houses of Parliament, 
  • Big Ben
  • London Aquarium,
  • Salvador Dali Museum,
  • The London Eye
  • Trafalgar Square,
  • The National Gallery,
  • Buckingham Palace ;
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral,
  •  The London Dungeon,
  •  Harrods,
  • Green Park,
  • St. James’ Park,
  • Hyde Park,
  • The Sherlock Holmes Museum,
  • Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum,
  • The Natural History Museum,
  • The British Museum,
  • Tower Bridge, Exhibition,
  • The Tower of London,


  • The Royal Observatory,
  • Greenwich Park;



  • York Minster,
  • Monk Bar Gate,
  • Jorvik Viking Centre,
  • The York Dungeon;

County Durham (Beamish Open Air Museum);

Oxford (University of Oxford);

Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare’s Houses);

Cotswolds County (an area of outstanding natural beauty)

Warwick  (Warwick Castle);

Widsor (Windsor Castle);