We all want our children to be happy and successful as they begin their education journey in Early Years at Northbridge International School Cambodia. The best way to achieve this is to foster and support our children’s independence skills both in the classroom and at home.
Obtaining a high school diploma at Northbridge International School Cambodia is a significant milestone in every student's life. It not only paves the way for higher education but also opens doors to various career opportunities. However, the journey to graduation is not always a linear path.
Teaching, including at Northbridge International School Cambodia, is a wonderfully creative job which enables teachers to prepare students to enter the world with a global and resilient mindset.
Transitioning into a new Secondary school can be an exciting time for young people and often marks a new phase in their lives. Whether they are moving from Primary to Secondary school, from MYP to DP, joining us here at Northbridge International School Cambodia, or even moving on to higher education, it is a part of growing up and brings with it change in an important way.
The Northbridge International School Cambodia Grade 12 Advisors, along with Mr Jeganathan and Mr Andy, the Grade Level Leader, took 67 of the Grade 12 students for a residential three days down to Shalom Valley just outside Kep.
Student leadership plays a pivotal role in a Primary Years Programme (PYP) primary school such as that at Northbridge International School of Cambodia.
The inquiry-based teaching on the Primary Years Programme (PYP) means asking effective questions that underpin how we nurture students to be life-long learners and support our students to understand how they learn. The IB advocates several ways families can support their children as PYP Learners.
In today's dynamic world, student leadership has never held more importance. At Northbridge International School Cambodia, we recognize that developing leadership skills isn't just an option; it's a cornerstone of holistic education that prepares students for a globally interconnected world.
It is with great pleasure that I can share with our Northbridge International School Cambodia community about an organization and initiative that is close to my heart as an educator. It is my firm belief that the students of today will become the agents of change to create and foster a better world for all.