Our working memory has limitations, but various strategies can help improve it and enhance the retention and recall of information Working memory is often described as a "sticky note for the brain". It holds one or more pieces of information in the … [Read more...] about A Workout for Working Memory
Discovering diverse careers through talks and activities, fostering students' career development and aspirations. This year in Secondary, we had our annual Careers Week (24-28 April) where students had the opportunity to explore a … [Read more...] about Exploring the Universe of Future Careers
How could we support children's sense of identity as writers in the Early Years? This is a question the Early Years (EY) teachers wanted to undertake and explore. With the help of Matt Glover and his expert research and advice, we have come to new … [Read more...] about Early Years can write books too!
In visual arts, the learning seemed to take on a life of its own… Once a year in Elementary, each grade level is given the opportunity to share their learning, explorations and achievements in the arts with their families. Last year’s … [Read more...] about A Year of Spotlight on the Arts
A Reflection on ISPP's Year It’s always tough to try and capture a whole school year in one write-up or article as a principal. I don’t want to try and list all of the things that have taken place or pick out one over another as a special memory … [Read more...] about Celebrating Independence, Creativity and Collaboration
IB Diploma Programme participation rates In July each year, the International Baccalaureate (IB) publishes its Diploma Programme (DP) outcomes for students all over the world, based on the May exam session. Then, very shortly after (hours in some … [Read more...] about We don’t talk about…