The benefits of bilingual education extend far beyond the acquisition of fluency in a second language. Elizabeth Jerabek reports
The skills teens need to develop in order to excel in the workplace post-COVID may not be the ones they learn in university. Dorothy Veitch reports
Acknowledging the importance of history to a child’s education, Trisha Hughes explains why the best stories never get old
Revisit Middle-earth, Hogwarts and Never-Land with your kids this Halloween. Getting to know Frodo Baggins, Harry Potter and Peter Pan will set them up for life, writes Ray Robertson
For children of all ages (and some would argue adults too), writing is a form of imaginative play. It gives them the opportunity to create ..
By Jason Broderick, wellbeing coach and counselling psychologist at Discovery Bay International School. Young people bully for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they bully others ..
“Chloe rushes up to her bedroom as soon as she comes home from school. If I try to ask her about her day, lessons or friends, she yells at me and slams the door.”
As adults we are aware of the impact our emotional wellbeing has on our work, so we can’t be surprised that the same is true for our children whose primary job is to be a student. The Second Step® programme at Stamford American School Hong Kong supports students holistically by developing essential socio- emotional skills that they will need to navigate through life.
Disgusting food, harsh punishment and bullying after lights out. Only sadists send their children to boarding school, right? Or maybe that’s not the case. Are the parents of boarders, many of whom have been through the boarding system themselves, looking to gift their children more of a Malory Towers experience?
You want to give your child the advantages of a boarding school experience but you don’t like the idea of only seeing him in the school holidays. The solution? Weekly boarding. Here are six ways you’ll benefit.