Archive: July, 2018
30th Jul 2018
5 Things every parent should know about AISPP
If you’re looking for a new or different school for your child it’s very easy to get confused with all of the information available. This can be even more complex if you are moving to a new country, or within that country. AISPP understands that the whole process can be sensitive for parents and children alike, so here are 5 important things that you should know when considering AISPP as your child’s education provider.
30th Jul 2018
5 Important 21st century skills every student needs
Aside from delivering the core Curriculum, AISPP believes that children should also be introduced to other essential 21st Century skills. Otherwise known as the ‘Skills for Today,’ why are these so important to living and learning in the modern world?
25th Jul 2018
Importance of global values, responsibility and mindset in 21st century learning
“AISPP will be the Kingdom of Cambodia’s leading Australian international school”, according to Paul Grisewood, Head of School. With a clear focus on providing a modern, 21st Century education and plans to become a four-programme IB framework school, it’s AISPP’s recognition of the need for children to develop global values, responsibility and mindset that makes them stand out.
20th Jul 2018
An insight into AISPP’s 21st century learning environment
To be honest, no parent wants to send their child to an average school that is not set on being the best it can be. But what makes a school successful, and why is it important for mums and dads to choose a school that aspires to be a world-class education leader?
18th Jul 2018
Meet the head of school at AISPP
Strong leadership has a huge impact on school culture, performance and its ongoing success. So how did AISPP go about finding a suitably qualified leader with the experience and personal qualities that could help deliver a 21st Century education across the Kingdom of Cambodia?
12th Jul 2018
Educating kids for the future at AISPP
Education has changed a great deal in recent years. Schools are now faced with the difficult challenges of not only equipping youngsters with the appropriate qualifications to get them into the university of their choice, but encouraging them to have a much wider global mindset so they can go on and build their future wherever that might be in the world.