One opened its doors to the EU when it welcomed ten teachers from a variety of neighbouring countries during a visit based around art.
Organised by the International Studies Programme, the group met up with teacher of art and design, Emma Connelly for a tour of One.
The group also observed teaching and classes in action and got to share thoughts and experiences about education in Europe.
In addition to this visit to One, the group also met representatives from the University of Suffolk and travelled to other areas of the region and country, 'from Constable Country via trips to London'.
Visitor, Esther Zuijdgeest from the Netherlands, said, "It was a high quality and inspiring environment. I'm jealous in a positive way."
Blanks N Borda from Hungary, said, "The most remarkable thing was how motivated the students were."
Borjan Komarica from Croatia, said, "I would love to work here just to enjoy the building, not to mention the inspiring work of students and teachers."
"It's great to be able to talk to colleagues in other areas of Europe to learn from them and also to share ideas," said One teacher Emma Connelly. "It's important that we learn from each other and we will definitely be able to use some of the knowledge that we have gained to benefit the overall experience for students on Arts courses at our sixth form."