Exit Points

Exit points are the final step in the learning journey during an International Primary Curriculum unit of study. The Exit Point has two main purposes: to help children pull together their learning from the unit and to celebrate the learning that has taken place. Exit points are also an important aspect of our parent engagement […]

Reasons to be cheerful

Following on from our recent CIS and ICA accreditations, St. Michael’s is delighted to have once again been awarded COBIS Accredited Member status. As a COBIS school you can be assured that we offer the following: As an accredited school St. Michael’s offers parents peace of mind that we have been quality assured to a […]

The importance of creativity

At St. Michael’s creativity is one of four essential personal skills that are central to our programme.  Here are some reasons why: We are impressed with the creativity involved in the making of this Japanese danjiri, a wooden cart in the shape of a shrine or temple. Created at home by one of our young […]

Read all about it!

We are excited to share the good news that St. Michael’s has been reaccredited by the Council of International Schools. Accreditation really is the result of a tremendous team effort involving staff, Council members, parents and our hardworking learners themselves. Congratulations to everyone who is an essential part of the St. Michael’s Community – you […]