The question of censorship in international school libraries
It is inevitable that at some point in a librarian’s career the suitability of their stock choice will be questioned. Sally Flint knows that in an international school library this is not an infrequent problem. What to do?
Tourism with a difference
In November 2018 Hannah Rae was invited to take part in a Social Entrepreneurship Study Trip to Manila because of her interest in TVET, ( Technical and Vocational Education and Training). She accepted and joined the 20 strong group of strangers, comprising of social activists, youth workers, teachers, teenage social entrepreneurs and education professionals. Read about her experience.
Taking the plunge in Hong Kong
Do you remember your first time? Dipping your toe tentatively in the water. The feeling of trepidation, of exhilaration, the palpable sense of fear because you did not know how to swim? Chris Jay tells the story of how Splash is helping a wide range of adults to take to the water.
Data, trends and expertise at this year’s ISC Research conference.
The ISC Research conference in July 2019 attracted over 120 schools, universities, education suppliers and professional organisations to Oxford, UK to learn about the latest trends and developments within the world’s international schools market. The event was a sell-out, with delegates benefiting from breaking market news and data, expert advice, case study experiences and plenty of time to network and ask questions,as Anne Keeling reports.