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January 27, 2017

GIS Mother and Toddler Playgroup

January 26, 2017

GIS Scholarship 2017

Garden International School is proud to offer a range of scholarships to deserving students who can develop their talent and effectively contribute at a high level […]
December 12, 2017
GIS personalised learning wicked question

How can we better personalise learning within the enquiry? | GIS Blog

At the heart of good enquiry learning is personalisation. One size certainly does not fit all. The innovations we developed for the 2017 Movement enquiry were built on learning from previous iterations and driven by our desire to provide meaningful personalised pathways for our students. We asked ourselves the wicked question: How can we better personalise learning within enquiry?
December 7, 2017

Ee Jenn, Year 9 student – Garden International School Spotlight | GIS Blog

Ee Jenn took home 14 gold medals and one silver medal at the World Scholar's Cup Tournament of Champions held at Yale University.
December 7, 2017
Garden International School Blog The Fay Khoo Award 2017

Award-winning Essay “Penang Kitchens: A Zuihitsu” by Renie Leng | GIS Blog

Penang Kitchens: A Zuihitsu is the winning article of The Fay Khoo Award for Food & Drink Writing 2017 written by GIS English teacher Renie Leng.
December 6, 2017
Garden International School student leader director of digital learning strand Kiran Nathan

Kiran Ming Nathan, Year 12 student – Garden International School Spotlight | Blog

Kiran Ming Nathan is one of the GIS Scholarships recipients and holds the position of the Director of Digital Learning Strand.
December 6, 2017
GIS blog LSE2017 Four Worlds

Garden International School Large Scale Enquiry 2017 Documentary | GIS Blog

For the 2017 “Movement” enquiry we decided to try and document the 4-day journey of some of our students and teachers on film. The goal was to give a true picture of what the process was like. In order to expose students to the problems solving process, they were asked to tackle 4 challenges. For each one, they were required to follow a PLAN - DO - REVIEW - AMEND - SHARE process.
December 1, 2017
ryan ball

GIS Stories | Teachers Insights | Ryan Ball

Ryan ball,  head of Design Technology at Garden International School. His three words to describe GIS are; busy, fun and community. “I am the head of design […]
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