Our grade two team showcased their learning of “How We Express Ourselves” through a live performance for the MY International School community. The students demonstrated their creativity through a song with body percussion movements, a reenactment of the Three Little Pigs play and shared a big book they wrote called
MYIS offered a boutique style English as an Additional Language (EAL) workshop today! We had multiple graduate level educators presenting to our multilingual families. We discussed the importance of reading at home, implementation strategies and the advantages of cultivating bilingual children. Contact admissions to join our next FREE workshop!
As lifelong learners, we value opportunities for all of our community to learn and grow. This week, we had the pleasure of hosting visiting consultant, Ms. Annelies Hoogland, who conducted a workshop on Growth Mindset for our parents! Together, they explored what it means to adopt a growth mindset and
At Magic Years International School, we’ve seen firsthand how a school farm can meaningfully impact a child’s development. It has the capacity to reinforce key concepts in their learning journey and can help them grow into more compassionate, caring and reflective human beings. We share 6 benefits of the school
By Our Grade 1-2 Teacher, Ms. Tahireh Thampi At the beginning of the school year it is always amazing to observe the different kinds of reading experiences my students bring into the classroom. Depending on the reading culture at their previous school and at home, students often begin the year
To celebrate the end of the 2016-2017 academic year, our Magic Years community came together from May 30 to June 1 2017 at the school gymnasium to enjoy an exciting week of Term 2 Celebrations which highlighted the wonderful learning journeys of each of our classes. The lineup for the
On May 19, 2017, our youngest class, Trust & Caring (1-2 years) held their very first assembly. Together with their parents and teachers, all gathered in a circle to get ready for a presentation of their learning. In this circle, they each checked in as they said their names to