Using time and space: visualising Singapore’s history through iPads

Our opening unit of the inquiry for the year is 'human exploration results in new discoveries' with a particular focus on Singapore and the different waves of migration that have shaped the country's history. There are two aspects to this unit that the children would likely find challenging. Firstly that waves of people from different... Continue Reading →

Weekly Reflection: From NZC to PYP

Educators sure do love their acronyms. Over the new year I made from the transition from the New Zealand curriculum (NZC) in the southern hemisphere to the Primary Years Programme (PYP) the northern hemisphere school. Within a few short weeks I went from ending one year straight into the middle of the next one. Making the jump to... Continue Reading →

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