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EtonHouse Parenting Series – Grit and Resilience

Resilience is being able to bounce back from stress, challenge or adversity. When children are resilient, they are braver, more curious and will be able to solve problems independently which allows them to achieve their goals as they grow.  We are fortunate to have Adrian Bennett, a Guinness World Record holder for the longest triathlon … Continued

Building Mental Health Resilience in Children

In this article, Dr Gina Dahel, Head of Department at the International Medical Clinic‘s Children’s department, discuss the effects of stress on child development and what we can do to help our children monitor and assess their mental health. We also have Nysa Kaprani, our Year 8 student from EtonHouse International School Orchard, sharing her … Continued

Menu

Menu Mountbatten 223 is a nut-free environment. All our food does not contain beef, pork and lard, and provision is made for children with vegetarian or special dietary restrictions. You can download the menu here – Non-vegetarian, Vegetarian, Special Menu. 

Intercultural understanding through the eyes of a child

With globalisation and increasing interaction between people from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, how do we foster intercultural understanding and respect in our children? The current wave of globalisation is reinventing many cities and households, making them more diverse than in the past. We now experience a heightened appreciation of cultural diversity and adaptability, and … Continued

Respectful Parenting – What It Looks Like in Practice (Part 2)

As teachers, we are constantly aiming to build and nurture trusting and honest relationships with parents and children. Together as invested stakeholders in children’s development and learning journey we are able to unpack respectful parenting techniques and strategies that support both parents and children with transparency and honesty. In a time where mindfulness is trending … Continued

Respectful Parenting – What It Looks Like in Practice (Part 1)

As teachers, we are constantly aiming to build and nurture trusting and honest relationships with parents and children. Together as invested stakeholders in children’s development and learning journey we are able to unpack respectful parenting techniques and strategies that support both parents and children with transparency and honesty. In a time where mindfulness is trending … Continued

Tips and strategies on subject selection for IB Diploma

We know that choosing your International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma subjects can be daunting, but always remember this, enjoy the process and see it as a chance to develop your skills in the direction you wish. While there may be five pre-determined subject groups that you have to pick your subjects from, you also have more … Continued