With just one week to go until the big night, read how students are putting together the final touches of the different PYP Exhibition Components.
On Friday 6th April we held a second MAP Testing Coffee Morning. This session focused on how to interpret the Winter Progress Report and indications of growth since Fall.
Please consider supporting our PYP Exhibition students by filling out a short survey. This will enable them to collect and interpret data from a large sample size.
The penultimate units of inquiry of the school year will begin after the holidays. Click here to find out what your daughter will be inquiring into. It may even give you some ideas for day-trips during the Spring Break so you can help support your daughter's learning!
Our teachers are lifelong learners! Read how they spent their weekend inquiring into effective teaching and learning strategies in mathematics.
March 9th - Celebrating International Women's Day / Remembering the Earthquake & Tsunami of March 11th, 2018 in Seisen Elementary.
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Guest artists Pianist Mimi Solomon and violinist Nicholas DiEugenio performed on April 3 for the Grade 1-6 students. They played new and old music and engaged the students with movement, singing and questions. Fun for all!
Guest artists from the US performed for Grade 1-6 on Tuesday, April 3. They performed old and new music and engaged students with singing, movement and questions. Fun for all!
Grade 3 students had a productive week by using their knowledge and understanding of forces and motion to create compound machines for their How the World Works summative assessment task.
This week guests introduced the students to traditional and contemporary classical compositions by Massenet, Beethoven, Kreisler, and Honstein.
Hey Seisen! How do you use Artificial Intelligence in your elementary school classes?
The start of a new year brings with it a chance to start again, create personal goals, and make a difference in your own and others' lives.
The implementation of the child safety curriculum has begun in Grade 6 and Grade 4. The curriculum, adopted from the African Council of International Schools (ACIS), teaches kids how to both recognise and respond to unsafe or unwanted touch.
Grade 6 students share progress on their clay mask project
In Mr. Carroll's 5th grade class, the students engaged in lessons using both lemons and the story, "The Sneetches," by Dr. Seuss, to better illustrate racism and stereotypes.