• Our Lincoln Park Campus

    Our state-of-art facilities will inspire our children to be ambitious.

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  • Dedicated and Inspiring

    Our teachers are recruited for their ability to nurture lifelong learners and inspire each and every student

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  • Highest Quality Learning

    Our approach to learning gives each individual student the skills to thrive

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  • Love to Learn

    Our students love to learn, and our curriculum encourages inquiring minds and to always aim high

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  • Join Our Family

    We welcome you to our inclusive community. From day one, you and your child will feel at home with us

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  • Stay Connected

    Speaking directly with us is the best way to get your questions answered quickly. We look forward to hearing from you

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  • Keeping Track of Busy Lives

    Find out about the latest activities and developments in our school, including our new campus developments

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  • Lifelong Values through Skills Development

    The benefits of physical activity extend beyond the gym and work towards children’s inspiration and growth.

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The Leadership Role in Building a School-Wide Culture of Learning

Thoughts, views, and philosophies from Principal, Mel Curtis, on British International School of Chicago, Lincoln Park's role in the Nord Anglia Education community and Power of 42. 

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An approach based on trust and creating the right conditions and support is an essential element in developing a culture of learning. Creating just the right conditions not only supports everybody's learning, but also fosters developments in thinking and helps staff practice both individually and collectively.

It is important that we encourage and nurture our colleagues to take pride in their own and each other's capacity to learn and to treat this as an integral part of our campus's professional identity.

The focus of our passionate conversations and collaborative work is firmly based on your children's learning as well as questions relating to curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment.

As such, the Lincoln Park team's developing a strategy to prioritize time and resources to allow our staff to work together, share ideas, and - again - learn from each other. It is essential that staff do not feel isolated or alone. In discussions and encounters like these, staff help each other reflect.

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