Lyndhurst House School on the value of teaching Art

Lyndhurst House Prep on the value of teaching Art

Hollie Slaughter, Head of Art at Lyndhurst House, discusses art's value in developing not only practical skills but also understanding of our own emotions

Southbank International School on teaching skills for learning and life

Southbank International School on teaching skills for learning and life

Flora Winter, the Primary Years Programme Coordinator at Southbank International School on how its IB system develops learning skills and values for life

Little Dukes on the importance of strong beginnings

Little Dukes on the importance of strong beginnings

Aimee Kimbell, Principal of Riverside Nurseries and the new Little Dukes Training Academy, says that if we get the early years right, everything else will look after itself

Broomfield House School on the importance of male role models

Broomfield House School on the importance of male role models

Susie Byers, Head of Broomfield House School, says that we need more male teachers in our classrooms to help boys learn about respecting women

King Alfred Lower School on giving children time to think

King Alfred Lower School on giving children time to think

Karen Thomas, Head of The King Alfred Lower School discusses the importance of giving younger children agency and time to think to make their learning, relevant, inspiring and fun

Perrott Hill School on the benefits of a smaller prep school

Perrott Hill School on the benefits of a smaller prep school

The Headmaster of Perrott Hill Prep explains why he thinks the school’s size is one of the key secrets of its success

ACS Cobham on the value of forest school

ACS Cobham on the value of forest school

ACS Cobham Forest School teacher and trainer Chris Hupp says that the value of learning through nature goes way beyond childhood fun in the great outdoors

York House Prep on the importance of childhood adventure

York House Prep on the importance of childhood adventure

Jon Gray, Headmaster of York House Prep in Hertfordshire, discusses the impact and importance of including what he calls 'Type Two Fun' in young people's education

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Flexible futures at Lycée Churchill

Finding new ways of educating students, whenever and wherever, better meets the needs of global families, says Mireille Rabaté, the Head of Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill

Global reach | Lycée International de Londres

Global reach | Lycée International de Londres

The pandemic has underscored our interdependency and need for connection, says the International Programme Coordinator at Lycée International de Londres