European School, Culham (English Wikipedia)

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  • 4. European Schools (2013). European Schools, 1953-2013 (PDF). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. pp. 22–23. doi:10.2842/11549. ISBN 978-92-9188-143-7. As the European Schools celebrate their 60th Anniversary in 2013, so we at the European School, Culham will be marking our 35th year since opening in 1978. We were founded to support the JET/EFDA research project based nearby at Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. It is an honour that the school continues to be part of a technological revolution that has the potential to change the whole world. Providing high quality multilingual European schooling to the children of EU staff working at JET/EFDA has also supported the recruitment and mobility of a host of top European professionals, researchers and academics in the Oxfordshire/Thames Valley area of England where the school is situated. Our school has attracted hundreds of families and many international businesses to the area. However, JET/EFDA's success, the globalisation of nuclear fusion research and the need to develop on a larger industrial scale in Cadarache in France through the ITER Project means that the European School, Culham will not be able to celebrate its 40th anniversary because we will be closing in 2017.

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  • 5. "We are now closed". European School Culham. Retrieved 23 September 2018. Today, an observer reporting superficially about the closure of our school in Culham could easily weave an imagined narrative around the result of a British referendum that took place a year ago. We all know this couldn’t be further from the truth.[...]

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  • 2. Board of Governors of the European Schools. "Facts and figures on the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year in the European Schools" (PDF). eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools. p. 2. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  • 3. Board of Governors of the European Schools. "Facts and figures on the beginning of the 2009-2010 school year in the European Schools" (PDF). eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools. p. 3. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  • 4. European Schools (2013). European Schools, 1953-2013 (PDF). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. pp. 22–23. doi:10.2842/11549. ISBN 978-92-9188-143-7. As the European Schools celebrate their 60th Anniversary in 2013, so we at the European School, Culham will be marking our 35th year since opening in 1978. We were founded to support the JET/EFDA research project based nearby at Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. It is an honour that the school continues to be part of a technological revolution that has the potential to change the whole world. Providing high quality multilingual European schooling to the children of EU staff working at JET/EFDA has also supported the recruitment and mobility of a host of top European professionals, researchers and academics in the Oxfordshire/Thames Valley area of England where the school is situated. Our school has attracted hundreds of families and many international businesses to the area. However, JET/EFDA's success, the globalisation of nuclear fusion research and the need to develop on a larger industrial scale in Cadarache in France through the ITER Project means that the European School, Culham will not be able to celebrate its 40th anniversary because we will be closing in 2017.
  • 6. "Locations of the Accredited European Schools". eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary General of the European Schools. Retrieved 31 October 2018.
  • 7. "About the Accredited European Schools". eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary General of the European Schools. Retrieved 22 October 2019.

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