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This IBDP was developed in Switzerland and is known for its academic rigour and encouragement of independent learning.
Educational technology, student wellbeing, the rise of the virtual classroom and enhancing digital competence is what the future of education looks like.
More than half the world’s population is bilingual, and as the world becomes ‘smaller’, children should be encouraged to learn a second or even a third language.
These points will help give an introductory idea of why you should consider an international school.
Scholarships available for students starting (I)GCSE and A level courses
Making the final decision for which international school your child attends must be done with careful consideration. These are the necessary criteria to look out for.
Seamlessly transitioning to the classroom to virtual learning and enhancing online learning.
Education experts are now favouring this technique over conventional methodology.
Discover why this Nordic country’s education system is the considered one of the most successful globally.
Children today spend a lot of time on social media raising the risk of being bullied online. The effects of this are no less serious than being bullied in real life.
Having worked across many sectors of education across several countries including Australia, Brunei, Thailand, Japan and the UAE, Stephen West is now the principal at MIGS preparing students for the ever-changing future.
We take a look at schools that not only teach subjects, but life lessons like the value of giving back to their pupils