In the last PYP bulletin post, I introduced the Reggio Emilia approach by briefly highlighting its history and elaborating on one of its pillars; the image of the child. In this post, since the emphasis on how the child is viewed as an individual has already been established, I would like to highlight how relationships are also a vital element in a Reggio-inspired program.
The International School of London (ISL) Qatar has an outstanding reputation for high academic standards, prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes and an impressive record of admissions to the best universities worldwide.
Our highest scores were a very impressive 43 points.
1st & 2nd Choice Universities
After IB at ISL Qatar, 90% of students will attend their top two universities.
Average Class Size
Spacious, purpose-built campus with small class-sizes to allow for personalized care and learning.
Truly international student body of more than 1000 students from 70 countries: America, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Greek, Irish, Italian, Lebanese, Norway, Saudi Arabia or Singapore.
Inspiring and passionate teachers from different countries.
Diverse population develops the understanding of the perspectives of children from different nationalities and to function better in a multicultural environment.
Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and are constantly adding more.
Following the public announcement of the sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, our school community joins together, and with other communities around the world, in expressing our gratitude to her Majesty for her extraordinary example of leadership, devotion to duty and unwavering service to others.
ISL Qatar is delighted to have received the Green Flag Award and Plaque during the assembly on Tuesday.