learning at ISP
Learning at ISP is focused around our very simple and, at the same time, very powerful view on what is most important in schools. For all of us who work at the International Schools Partnership (ISP), one thing matters more than anything else. It’s this: how much our children and students learn. Their success is our success.
Everything we do is focused around this one simply stated goal. We want all of our children and students to improve. Learning isn’t about being busy. It’s about whether we improve – academically, socially, emotionally and more.
We want our parents to recognise how much their children are improving. We want to work with them to help their children get better and we want them to talk about how we are getting better to others.
How does this set us apart from other schools and schools groups? Isn’t that what all schools do? Surprisingly, perhaps, the answer is ‘no’. Many schools don’t focus on learning, but on other things such as curriculum and resources, from technology to buildings, and more. It’s not that these things are unimportant; we focus on them too.
But we recognise that the amazing learning experiences provided to children and students is what allows them to have the confidence to flourish. That’s why we distinguish between learning and the factors that affect learning. We take great pride in our buildings and our resources, but we are only satisfied if these factors that affect learning are actually having a real and noticeable impact on our children and students. That is what makes learning at ISP different.
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