Can you imagine being able to look inside recently laid eggs to see if they have been fertilised? Or even being able to witness first-hand, a chick being born?
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The School's youngest students closed the term with their own 2018 Christmas Show.
The School has organized in October, a variety of workshops about Early Years, talking about this essential stage in children's education.
Since 1990, the UN has celebrated the International Day for Older Persons on the 1st of October. The aim is to promote respect for those people over 60.
Parents, please don´t worry! Your children are in the best possible hands and have the very best facilities to help them learn, to make them feel comfortable and to ensure they enjoy.
Once again, the Schools´ classrooms and corridors were covered in green to celebrate St Patrick´s Day, commemorating the patron saint of Ireland on the 17th of March.
The strength of the relationship between parents, as main carers and their children, is going to have a major effect on how these develop in School and through later life
Bringing books closer to children and getting them to read from an early age not only stimulates intellectual development, but also their imagination and creativity.
The youngest at School had a great time last 30th of November celebrating St Andrews Day, marking the ocassion of Scotland´s National Saint´s Day
On behalf of the School, the Headmistress, Gillian Flaxman, helps new parents at the British Council School to overcome their uncertainties with a few pieces of simple advice.