The first semester of the 2021/22 school year has begun. Are you ready to make your mark? Why not decide right now, today, to make a real, upbeat difference in your life.
Yes. And no. Ask a young child what his or her dream job is and expect a true, open, uncensored and often unexpected answer – police officer, doctor, tornado chaser, pro-athlete, movie director, artist, writer, poet laureate, computer geek – the list is endless.
The life experiences enjoyed by many students during the holidays are essential for growth because they happen far beyond the walls of academic classrooms. See how Extra-curricular programmes contribute significantly to your child’s success in school and beyond.
Whilst moving to a new country is exciting, it can also be equally challenging, especially when you have a family to consider. Choosing the right international school for your child or children is one of the most important decisions you will make in your relocation process. This video offers some advice on what to consider when making that choice.
Amazing how taking or not taking this simple pearl of wisdom from a teacher or parent can affect your life.
Bridging the generation gap can be challenging. When your kids were little, they laughed at ‘dad jokes’ and always thought mom looked good. Once they hit the teens, not so much… Are you cool enough for your teen?
In our technologically-driven world, John F. Kennedy’s observation that, ‘The role of mass media in a modern society is to give people the comfort of […]
People have always been very good at reading the facial expressions of others. This ability to read emotions from a face has helped us to socially interact and understand each other. But now our faces are hidden by masks, especially our mouths, traditionally that part of the face which most visibly expresses emotion.
Despite the ‘new normal’ and its heavy reliance on technology, parents can still manage these risks without impeding their children’s ability to stay up to date and on top of their schoolwork and connected with their friends.
Introduction to our three-part series of articles on digital citizenship.