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Ghost Nets of the Ocean

The beginning of June saw the launch of the Ghost Nets of the Ocean, Au Karem ira Lamur Lu Exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore which will be exhibited at the Museum...

Learning Local – Investing in the Future

Jim Rogers is a financial investor and  commentator from the United States of America. He lives here with his wife Paige Parker and daughters Happy (9) and Baby Bee (4). For years, Jim stressed the...

Learning for the Future: Providing an Academic Infrastructure, Sporting Culture, and Fuelling Creativity

Choosing the right International school for your child can be a daunting task. Parents need to consider how a school meets the needs of the future. For starters look for a 21st century learning environment...

The Art of Rangoli

Rangoli is a type of art originating from Nepal, India and Bangladesh. Rangoli is created using coloured sand, rice, flour and even flower petals to make beautiful patterns on flooring typically around the time...

Brand New International School in Orchard

A brand new international primary, secondary and high school will open at Orchard in March 2018*. A brand new direction in international schooling  EtonHouse at Orchard will be the first of its kind offering an education...

Dulwich College (Singapore) and the IB Diploma

How Dulwich College (Singapore) and the IB Diploma are preparing students for living and succeeding in a complex, highly connected world.

IGCSE: Is it right for my child?

As a parent and a science teacher, I am familiar with the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). It is the world’s most widely used international qualification for 14-16-year-olds, developed by the University...

Does happiness matter?

It’s now well-known that happy people tend to live longer, be more successful and are more likely to have a lasting friendships. But what exactly is ‘happiness’? Many people believe that happiness is about...

The Value of Loose Parts in Children’s Play

“The beauty of playing and constructing with “loose parts” is in its ability to ignite imagination and creativity in children, whilst offering experiences that hone spatial awareness, tactile sensitivity, social constructs and lay out...