On 19-21 January, a group of thirteen year 10 Global Perspectives students spent 3 days and 2 nights in Singapore. Here they participated as delegates in a Model United Nations conference, discussing issues such as The South China Sea Crisis, Cyber Security and the development of Smart Cities. Regent’s students represented a diverse range of countries, such as China, DR Congo, Afghanistan and Uruguay. They discussed important global issues from their country’s perspective, teaming up with allies along the way. As well as the academic side of the trip, our students made friends with students from other schools in Asia, and enjoyed some shopping and dining in downtown Singapore.
This was the students’ first MUN conference and they did a great job. We hope it will be the first of many!