Held every year on 21 February, International Mother Language Day is observed worldwide - including here at Northbridge International School Cambodia - to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The theme for this year is “Multilingual education is a pillar of intergenerational learning.”
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.
Northbridge International School Cambodia is incredibly lucky to be partnered with Juilliard. In my time at Northbridge and previously at the British School in Warsaw, Poland I have got to meet some amazing musicians, dancers and actors who are all passionate about education from the world-leading conservatoire (Juilliard) in those fields.
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.
An IB education in the middle and upper school at Northbridge International School Cambodia is strongly focused on skill development, but not all of that development happens in the classroom. Activities and events, such as Model United Nations (MUN) offer rich learning experiences where students can apply their newly acquired skills in dynamic situations.
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.
Eco-Council's most awaited project, Earth Week, has been in the works for over 2 months. Members worked diligently to come up with innovative projects to encourage students to participate in becoming more eco-friendly.
The Primary Years Programme as an approach to curriculum is designed to maximise students’ experiences in every aspect and last week the Grade 4 and 5 students were fortunate enough to be involved in some non-classroom-based engagements through their Action Learning Camps (ALCs).