The Rijksmuseum and International School Eerde will as of today develop educational programmes to attune the Art and Design curricula of international schools.
The agreement was signed today in the "Teekenschool" of the Rijksmuseum.
Hendrikje Crebolder, Director Media & Development Rijksmuseum:
"We always develop our educational programmes in cooperation with teachers. By doing so students from all over the world can discover our beautiful collection, and understand it more clearly. "
Peter van den Heuvel, Managing Director International School Eerde:
"I very much look forward to this relationship. Our school currently consists of a student body originating from more than 20 countries, who will now be able to profit from an even greater foundation and background than before.
Together with the Rijksmuseum we are to shape the personal development of future world citizens."
About International School Eerde
International School Eerde is the oldest international school in the Netherlands. Children between the ages of 4 and 18 have been welcome here to attend a Cambridge or International Baccalaureate curriculum with a personal approach since 1934. The school is located in a historic building and is the only school in the Netherlands offering boarding facilities to children from the age of 12.
International School Eerde aims to shape its students into world citizens with eminent norms and values.