How do we get every child to strive to do well and complete their homework? A case study by Tracy Edgar, one of our Primary Teachers.
Miss Camilia here explains the difference between the "growth" and the "fixed" mindsets. While it might seem innocent to praise a child as being ‘smart’ or ‘gifted’, this can in fact be detrimental because it sends the message that their intelligence is ‘fixed’ and not of their own making.
IBDP students went on an exciting and new trip to The Jamie Oliver Cookery School. This 2-hour lesson was led by one of Jamie Oliver’s chef, Chef Dimo.
ICS London coffee chat series - highlighting our teachers and staff.
This month, read our interview with Rachida Zahouani, our Admissions Manager, to find out more about her and how she contributes to the school’s growth.
“No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship”, (Dr. James Comer, 1995).
A quote used and reused so many times in educational circles that the semantics of it has become unclear.
ICS London has been shortlisted for this year’s "School excellence for relocation & transition care" Award.
Maintaining and developing students’ home language(s) is important for many reasons such as culture and identity, cognitive benefits and learning other languages.
The value of play is increasingly recognised by researchers, for adults as well as children, as the evidence mounts of its relationship with intellectual achievement and emotional well-being.
Primary school children from 21 Globeducate schools competed online in the annual WWF-Globeducate Quiz on 13th January.