SCHOOL NEWS

Inspiring Change with Paul Dix

Inspiring Change with Paul Dix

Inspiring Change with Paul Dix - We believe it is essential that pupils feel happy, safe, secure and know who to turn to in school if they have a question or concern. This supports pupils to become confident, caring and responsible individuals who are equipped with...

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ISP launches ISP Educates ME

ISP launches ISP Educates ME

We are happy to share that International Schools Partnership (ISP) has launched ISP Educates ME. The program aims to provide our community of families, students, and staff with the opportunity to take part in free webinars, training, and discussions. These will cover...

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ISP Arabic Spelling Bee at Park House

ISP Arabic Spelling Bee at Park House

The annual ISP Arabic Spelling Bee, launched in 2022 to celebrate the beauty of the Arabic language, encourages our students to practice and present their spelling skills to a panel of Middle Eastern judges. In the inaugural year, all Arabic first language students...

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Understanding the link between data and wellbeing

Understanding the link between data and wellbeing

At International Schools Partnership schools, our students and their progress are central to all we do. We encourage our employees to continue to adapt their teaching and learning practises, as well as take part in CPD opportunities. Key staff from ISP schools in the...

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When The Student Becomes The Teacher

When The Student Becomes The Teacher

We were thrilled to discover that one of our Secondary School English teachers was once a Park House student! From 2007 to 2011, Mrs Charlotte Devine (then Bradley) completed her IGCSE and A-Levels at what she calls “the best British School in Doha”. Mrs Devine has...

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ISP Reading Challenge – We love reading!

ISP Reading Challenge – We love reading!

On the International Day of Literacy this year, International Schools Partnership (ISP) launched its first annual ISP Reading Challenge. The month-long challenge for our schools in the Middle East, encourages students to read as much as possible in English and Arabic....

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