Archive: January, 2019


The impact of excellent teaching on a child’s future success

Can you recall the name of a teacher that made a big impression on you when you were in school? Most could. At a time when education, Curriculum and learning expectations are all evolving, we shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that ‘great teachers’ are the building blocks of a child’s future success.

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AISPP will host an Open Day on Wednesday, 30 January 2019

AISPP will host an Open Day on Wednesday, 30 January 2019, where you will have the opportunity to visit our idyllic campus, learn about our curriculum and philosophy of education.

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Why does global citizenship need to be at the heart of teaching and learning?

Over the past decade or so, leading international schools have embraced the need for encouraging global citizenship and values. AISPP discusses what teaching global citizenship involves and why children need to be introduced to it from an early age.


Why is learning outside the classroom so important?

Often referred to as ‘real world learning’ schools are now realising that learning outside of the classroom is hugely important as it means children benefit from the best of both worlds by experiencing education in both formal and informal contexts.


Exploring the 3Cs at AISPP: culture, curriculum and community

Every so often international schools need to stand back and consider whether their teaching techniques, learning opportunities, curricula, extra curricular activity programme etc are meeting the needs of their young people.


What is inquiry-based learning?

Much has been written about IBL (inquiry-based learning), but what exactly is it and how does it help children to learn? AISPP believes that IBL, in many ways, alters the role of both teacher and student.