RELEVANT YOUNG ADULT NOVELS FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS THIS SUMMER
With the summer in full tilt, you might be looking to get stuck into for a good book, so why not pick one up that could prompt a bit of reflection, or show you a different way of thinking? Teenagers are very sensitive to what is going on around them, and we can certainly say that 2020 has been an explosive year.
International schools like Haut-Lac offer so many great trips and events that our calendars fill up fast. Yet, when a country has as rugged and diverse a cultural landscape as Switzerland, it's important to make the most of it! So why not take the kids out and hit up some of these places as a family?
In our previous article about the IBCP (International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme), we explored the many ways in which the course prepares students for university. Conversely, if you want to know how it sets students up for a smooth and positive entrance into the world of work, read on...
As one of the fastest-growing educational programmes available in over 27 countries worldwide, the International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme (IBCP) was designed specifically to prepare modern students for life in the 21st century.
No-one could have predicted quarantine happening. However, as countries gradually ease their lockdown measures, it is worth taking a look back at our response to the situation to see if we can glean any lessons from it for the future. What have we learnt during isolation that could give us a clue as to what comes next?
As the weeks stretch on and we adapt our lives to COVID-19 isolation rules, children may start to ask more questions about the situation – Why can’t we go back to school? When will this be over?
In the midst of this strange time warp we’re living in, you might not have realised that today is Earth Day. And not just any Earth Day - the 50th anniversary of this special day for environmental awareness. The people behind the movement want to make it known.