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“No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship” (Dr. James Comer, 1995). Case Study – James Kendall, ICS London

“No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship” (Dr. James Comer, 1995). Case Study – James Kendall, ICS London

LEARNING AND RELATIONSHIPS “No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship”, (Dr....

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BUILDING AN ARTS CULTURE – Hannah Grigg, International Community School, London

BUILDING AN ARTS CULTURE – Hannah Grigg, International Community School, London

Establishing Positive and Productive Partnership Programmes between Schools and the Arts Industry Case...

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Meet the Head – Queen’s Gate School, London SW7

A recent article in January's edition of Families Magazine interviewed Mrs Rosalynd Kamaryc, Principal of Queen's Gate School, London SW7 Click on the image to view the article Queen's Gate School, London...

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UK…Stop Learning Second Languages at Your Peril – Jutta Hepworth, Group Leader at the German School London’s bilingual Kindergarten

UK…Stop Learning Second Languages at Your Peril – Jutta Hepworth, Group Leader at the German School London’s bilingual Kindergarten

Jutta Hepworth, Group Leader at the German School London’s bilingual Kindergarten, explores the...

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What is sticky teaching and learning, and why does it matter? – Caroline Bentley-Davies

What is sticky teaching and learning, and why does it matter? – Caroline Bentley-Davies

This article was published in ‘Independent Education Today’ on October 26th 2021 Caroline...

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Third Culture Kids (TCKs): A Head teacher’s perspective, by David Laird, ICS London

Third Culture Kids (TCKs): A Head teacher’s perspective, by David Laird, ICS London

In an increasingly globalised world, where jobs can take families to far-flung lands,...

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The End is in Sight By Rosalind Clayson, Reception teacher at Burgess Hill Girls

The term ‘lockdown’ for so many of us triggers an instant emotional response, no one has been left unaffected by the consequences of the Covid-19 virus. We all changed the way we...

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Why a love of reading is vital for children to succeed during remote learning – Dr Sarah McGeown

Why a love of reading is vital for children to succeed during remote learning – Dr Sarah McGeown

This article was published by Independent Education Today, on 3rd March 2021 [caption...

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Independent Schools Association Awards celebrate successes in a difficult year for all

After a challenging year for all – schools, pupils and parents included – the Independent Schools Association (ISA) celebrated the successes of its Members’ schools with the ISA Awards 2020. Outstanding local...

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