Displaced people

Dear Colleagues,  This year the ‘shanty town experience’ is being replaced with a ‘displaced people experience’. For this to be successful we need a large collection of materials for Grade 8 to use to build shelters. As this will be in March / April this year they will need to keep warm and dry. We […]

Ukulele Workshop

Fellow Ukulelists, Thank you for attending one of the ukulele sessions this week. I hope that you found it informative and fun, and that you aren’t too scared of Gs and G7s! Many thanks to Bonnie, who taught me to play the ukulele in the first place, and who was a great help today (even […]

Update from Jakarta Intercultural School

A number of colleagues have asked what is happening with Neil Bantleman and Ferdi Tjeong. They are still in gaol with about 4 weeks left before the judges make a ruling. Currently they are presenting their evidence. Laurie will be going to JIS in March for accreditation and he will take a couple of cards. […]


Good morning – welcome to Day 5 of INSET, I hope that everyone enjoyed a stimulating day yesterday! After PLTs, enjoy the final two conference sessions this week. The choices of sessions can be seen in both foyers and in the screen shots below. As there have been a couple of changes since Monday, please […]


Good morning! Enjoy a day of creative thinking, exploring new frontiers and possibilities to enhance our students’ learning and our own professional growth. When you have a natural break in your “flow” (see Csikszentmihalyi) – check out the growing repertoire of limericks on Office 365! Friday morning promises to be another exciting day of conference […]

Trashion Show

Why not upcycle some of the junk in the Fish Bowl into a stunning new outfit for the Earth Hour Trashion Show on March 28th? Outfit description to the MYP Student Council by March 27th. Be ready to sashay along the catwalk!

Models to Facilitate Inquiry

If you would like to attend Nickie’s session this afternoon, please bring your laptop and a hard copy or virtual model (ie. graphs, tables, pictures showing vocabulary, diagrams, shapes, patterns, mind maps, flow charts, etc.) that you hope your students will be able to understand and explain. Have a great day!

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