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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 […]
October 10, 2017
Garden International School Blog student spotlight Lee Kai En

Kai En LEE, Year 10 student – GIS Spotlight | Blog

Lee Kai En is a Year 10 Malaysian student who has joined Garden International School under the two-year GIS Scholarships programme.
October 10, 2017
Garden International School blog Professional Learning Cycle

The Importance of Growth: Professional Learning at Garden International School | GIS Blog

Numerous studies have shown that the success of any school is directly linked to the quality of their teachers. At GIS, we believe that professional development is a collaborative effort which develops and supports staff in their commitment to learning.
October 9, 2017

What are ‘Value Added Results’? by Matt Corbett, GIS Head of Secondary

Some schools clearly increase the achievement of its students more than others, putting students at an advantage. The Value Added can help measure this...
October 8, 2017
GIS blog walking the talk

Walking the Talk: An Argument for Explicit Skills Development

The GIS Learner Skills encompass a set of skills, qualities and competencies we aim to develop and nurture in all of our students. It's at the heart of everything we do in GIS.
October 8, 2017

Garden International School Student Leadership Programme | GIS Blog

Student Leadership Programme: Assistant Headteacher Laura McGregor introduces the Student Leadership Programme in Garden International School.
October 8, 2017
GIS blog LSE2017 Four Worlds

Garden International School Large Scale Enquiry 2017 Documentary

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.
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