In this Meet & Greet, we speak to Alec Jiggins who helms the brand new EtonHouse International School at Orchard, a first of its kind boutique campus offering an education pathway from primary through to secondary and high school.
Saarth Khanna Sohum is the youngest bilingual author in the World-Guinness Book of Records. He was only 5 when he first narrated the story of “Giant Twoe and 100 Beanstalks” on 14th July 2017. A student of EtonHouse International School Sentosa, Saarth conceptualized the picture book, the play script and the 2 songs that were published after 108 days of hard work in 3 editions - English,...
Our schools have wonderfully diverse groups of families with expatriate children making up at least sixty percent of our school communities - sharing learning journeys with them is our work and our passion.
Our community of parents, children, teachers and administrators are from all over the world, and our local population has a strong global mindset. We are worldwide to our core, and we love...
Did you know mobile phone companies are developing a phone that will allow you to see a 3D holographic image of your caller in real time? This new technology may seem straight out of Star Wars, but it is happening and will potentially change the way we communicate and interact with family, friends and clients — impacting us in ways we have yet to imagine.
We live in a time where there is an unfathomable amount of information at our fingertips. It’s not just the amount of information and different number of sources that are growing at an alarming rate, but also the different formats of information. Information is no longer just text, but visual, musical, audio. Metaliteracy is critical to ensure that we do not drown in the sea of information.
We speak to Ms Hina Patel, Principal of EtonHouse International School, Dongguan who spent the summer of 2017 in East Africa as a volunteer teacher.
To best support children, it is important for parents to build a strong relationship with the school community and to be involved in their children's learning. This relationship should be based on openness, mutual understanding, respect and ongoing dialogue.
Regular consultation meetings with teachers are very useful to keep parents informed of their children's progress and to discuss any...
How can we guide our children towards socially appropriate behaviour? When will they understand the need for guidelines and boundaries? Instead of ‘blaming’ children for their behaviour, it’s time we use conflict resolution strategies to support children to see different perspectives and develop skills in interacting positively with others!
It takes skill and lots of practice to ask good questions of children, as well as a commitment to slow down to really listen to what children are telling us, through their non verbal and verbal communication.