Back in June 1988, when she was 15 and dinosaurs still roamed the planet, my wife was one of the first cohort to sit GCSE exams replacing the old O Level. My son now faces the prospect, in 2017, of being one of the first pupils to sit… well what, I’m not quite sure. Two [...]Read More
Category: Looking To The Future
Moving the school forwards to provide a better environment for pupils to learn and grow.
I spent the first weekend of half term at the brand new IB offices in The Hague helping to put together ideas for a new IB history syllabus that will not be taught until 2015 (and that would last until 2022 and cannot be changed on the whim of any government!) A group of seven history [...]Read More »
Last month I was fortunate enough to attend, on behalf of the Master, the biannual IB World Heads Conference in Singapore. It was an extraordinary experience. 450 other Heads from 5 continents, or in IB speak 3 Regions, gathered at the United World College South East Asia; a remarkable campus only 10 weeks old and [...]Read More »