Archive: September, 2018

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Experienced Staff Required

Built in 2016, with its impressive facilities and buildings for education and founded in 2017, AISPP offers the popular International Baccalaureate education from Early Years, Primary education to MYP Middle years. The school will offer the Diploma Programme and IBCP career related programme in the upper years.

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Why is a child-friendly school so important?

Whether you’re moving to a new school, changing schools or seeking a different school perhaps in a new part of the world, it’s important to make sure that your education provider is child-friendly. The fact is, every school has an important part to play in helping children to feel safe, to adjust to their surroundings, and to feel personally comfortable in their care.


 
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Recruitment for the Academic Year 2019-2020

AIS believes that professionally administered and strategically aligned recruiting processes to secure the right staff, both teaching and non-teaching, is the best way for us to realise the vision for our school.

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An effective professional learning community

At AISPP we value learning and it begins with our staff. We believe that an effective Professional Learning Community (PLC) is collaborative is best defined as an inclusive collaborative, group of people, motivated by a shared learning vision, who support and work with each other, finding ways, inside and outside their immediate community, to enquire on their practice and together learn new and better approaches that will enhance all pupils’ learning.


 
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What is an IB world school?

There are some 4,700 IB World Schools across the globe in 150 countries, dedicated to delivering IB learning programmes. An IB World School provides an education for students aged 3 to 19, across 4 levels. The key focus is on encouraging students to think critically and inquire with care and logic, preparing them for success in an increasingly diverse world.

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Important Dates

No School – Staff Training – Accreditation, Child Protection and Behavior Management – 24th September


 
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The role of schools in building community links

Schools have an important part to play in helping young people to feel safe in, and a part of, their immediate community. That’s not just their ‘school community’, but also the wider community in which they live and, in the future, may work.

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How can an IB education benefit your child?

Enrolling your child at an international school that provides the IB (International Baccalaureate) programme of learning can help them to grow in independence and to develop the skills and mindset that they need to succeed in our increasingly globalized world.