Meet & Greet: Atima Joshi, Principal of Middleton International School, Singapore

“When you enjoy what you do, the concept of “free time” becomes redundant! I like to think that I live each moment to its fullest and enjoy all that I do, including teaching, reading, dancing, travelling, meditating, being still with nature, photography, zentangling, cooking and running my project “Travelling Pencils”!” says Atima Joshi, with a bright smile, when asked about what she does in...

A guide to choosing an international school in Singapore: 6 factors to consider

We often talk about our children growing up in a world that is very different from ours. One that is changing faster than any of us can comprehend, where it is predicted that the top 10 in-demand jobs 6 years from now, do not even exist in the present. Where today’s learners are expected to have 10-14 jobs by the time they are 38 years old*. We are therefore preparing students for the unknown. 

Parenting Tips: 5 Strategies to support your child's learning with questions

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.  - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

Meet & Greet: Jodie Matthews, Principal Of EtonHouse International School Thomson

In Part 2 of our Meet & Greet series, we speak to Jodie Matthews, Principal of EtonHouse International School Thomson, Singapore - a beautiful campus off Thomson Lane offering playgroup, pre-school and primary under the IB Primary Years Programme.

Meet & Greet: Martin Hughes, Principal of EtonHouse International School Broadrick

"If I have to choose a favourite local dish, it’d be Hokkien Prawn Mee!", exclaims Martin Hughes, principal of EtonHouse International School Broadrick, Singapore. In the first of our 'Meet & Greet' series, we sit with Martin to hear about what inspires him, his experience in Singapore, and the valuable advice he has for parents. 

Introducing Martin Hughes

Martin has a strong academic...

5 Tips On Designing Learning Spaces At Home

By Ng Shu Ping, Director of Pedagogy, E-Bridge Pre-School

This notion of the use of the environment to extend and challenge children’s learning and thinking was brought into awareness by the schools and educators of Reggio Emilia. Other educators such as Maria Montessori emphasized on an environment that nurtures children’s independence through child-sized furniture and thoughtful...

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