A-Level Results Day this year is 18th August, with results available from 8am, and if your son or daughter doesn’t yet have their university plans confirmed, the key to ensuring this is a positive day for all is to plan and be prepared.
Teaching children to be kind is nothing new. Most teachers and parents have long taught them to share their toys; to invite others to play their games; and to help someone who has fallen over on the playground. These invaluable lessons teach children from an early age to care for others and develop empathy – both are fundamental in helping them build the kind of sustainable and healthy relationships that are vital for good mental health.
A home language is the language, or languages, that families use for most interactions at home. Many students speak multiple languages at home and may use different languages to communicate with a variety of family members and friends. Maintaining and developing students’ home language(s) is important for so many reasons. Here are just a few:
Head of School at Southlands British International School, Tor del Federico, discusses why Outdoor Learning is such a key part of student life at the school. For the team at Southlands British International School, a key goal this year has been to take students outside as often as possible: for play, for learning, for sport and for relaxation, both as a way of helping to keep students healthy, and also to help counteract the effects of a much more restricted approach in school than in previous years