At Northbridge International School Cambodia, we recognise that lessons learned outside of the classroom are just as vital as the learning that takes place inside, with field trips to destinations around Phnom Penh held throughout the year, as well as special annual Action Learning Camps, known as ALCs.
Learning environments play a crucial role in the education of Early Learning students at Northbridge International School Cambodia. These environments can be considered as a third teacher, alongside the actual teachers and the students themselves.
Northbridge International School Cambodia has embraced a program in Early Learning to Grade Two that focuses on those first steps to reading – unlocking the phonetic code to the English language. Teachers and Teaching Assistants in Early Learning 4 , KG, Grade One and Grade Two are working with students every day for up to 30 minutes to develop student’s decoding skills. These skills are foundational to the reading process.
As the Head of Primary at Northbridge International School Cambodia, I am excited to reflect on this terms implementation and share with you the benefits of our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in education.
Here at Northbridge International School Cambodia, we have the privilege of having an amazing 25 meter undercover swimming pool on campus. The school swim program is embedded in our curriculum from EL2 to Grade 10.
Some of the important values we have at Northbridge International School Cambodia concern developing strong connections with the world and broadening the horizons of our students.
This month, the Primary team here at Northbridge International School Cambodia are launching a writing competition! We are very excited for this launch because the competition has been set up by Nord Anglia’s Global Campus.
Digital learning applications (or apps) are a form of online education software that aim to teach children with the aid of digital technology. At Northbridge International School Cambodia, we use digital learning apps as a vehicle for student inquiry, and carefully curate which digital platforms are used in classrooms to enhance learning.
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.
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.
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.
On Tuesday, June 6th, Northbridge International School Cambodia hosted the PYP exhibition, a fantastic celebration of learning. The fifth-grade students demonstrated remarkable passion, commitment, and resilience.
When people think about leadership, what often comes to mind are the concepts of power, decision making, delegating and innovation. Seldom does one think about care, empathy, kindness, and generosity – however these traits that highlight the emotional skills for successful and effective leadership, including by students at Northbridge International School Cambodia, are just as important.
What are the Primary Arts all about? Is it just a load of fun and messing around? It is fun, which is why we love it but there is so much more to the programme than some people might think.
The students and teachers of Northbridge International School Cambodia have been involved in opportunities during the year to reaffirm the importance of 'play' in our everyday lives.
Approaches to learning are essential for young children's school readiness and early school success. At Northbridge International School Cambodia, we know that positive learning approaches, such as self-management, communication, social, thinking and research skills, are associated with higher levels of early school achievement.