Unpacking the idea of inquiry and why it's central to the school's pedagogy
Parents' Forum is an opportunity for parents to get together and discuss issues relating to parenting children. It takes place after the Junior School Assembly from 8.45am to 9.30am on Dr Gibbons Verandah.
We concluded our Foundations of Learning Series by reviewing the idea of skills-based learning.
The importance of skills and why skill-based learning is fast becoming the currency of learning for the future.
Why free play is essential for the emotional wellbeing of our children.
At today’s forum we thought about how humans learn naturally
The important role motivation plays in effective learning.
What words and phrases best capture 'Agency'
How do our actions reflect our image of the child?
An opportunity to learn together about being parents and supporting our children's journey through life.
What type of learning do we want for our children?
We explored the challenges and opportunities presented by transitions.
Parents explored a variety of scenarios and debated how we can support our children within an increasingly digital world.
We embarked on experiencing how learning is designed in some of our classes where we are beginning to embrace agency and opportunities for children
Another exciting and fascinating discussion around what motivates our children to learn and what motivates our own learning.
We explored the idea of agency and opportunities for voice and choice at home.
The concept of Agency and why it is so important in helping our children become life-long learners who will be happy and successful in the 21st century.
The enhanced PYP is the outcome of six years of consultation into the programme and research into current educational research and best practice.
The future presents us with many questions about what skills are needed and how we decide what is worth learning.
Emphasis on parents partnering with us in helping children to read regularly, follow their passions and give them time to play.
How we can better support our families during times of change?
How we can help our children solve problems in social situations
How SeeSaw can be used by parents to follow their child's learning journey.