An International Curriculum
One of the aims of an International Education is
to develop global citizens with 21st century skills who can move around the world with confidence.
This requires a different approach to education, one that helps children.
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English Only throughout the school
English will be the only language spoken throughout the school as immersion in English is the most effective way to become fluent and articulate. During the first five years, especially, pathways are formed in the brain.
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The First Five Years
The human brain develops more rapidly between birth and age five than during any other subsequent period. Children are born ready to learn. They cultivate 85 percent of their intellect, personality and skills by age five.
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Forest Fun
A Forest School uses an innovative educational approach to outdoor play and learning in a woodland environment. The philosophy behind these schools is to encourage and inspire children through positive outdoor experiences over an extended period of time.
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I do and I understand
“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”
It is essential that children are actively involved in activities, not just looking and listening for real learning and understanding to take place.
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