ELC Term 1 Farewell

In our final week of Term 1, we had a special guest stop by for a visit – Santa! He was met with excitement and curiosity from the children as they asked him questions about life at The North Pole: What kind of food do you like to eat? Do you know a special character named Elsa? (yes, he does, they have dinner together once a week) How many carrots do your reindeers eat each day? and Which country do you visit first?

As our term draws to a close, we would like to take a moment to celebrate our first full in-person term at school since the first year of the pandemic. It was a delight to be able to enjoy a season of beautiful musical performances once again, and we cherish hearing the children playing in the gardens after school with their friends and family, breathing new life into our community. We wish all our ELC families, teachers, and community a joyful and peaceful holiday break!

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Co-Constructing a Climate-Resilient Future: Putting Our Trust in the Children
On UN Earth Day this week, our Head of The City School, Dr. Lea, and our Y1-2 Project Coordinator, Ms. Sam, presented a webinar to the international educational and development community entitled ‘Co-Constructing a Climate-Resilient Future: Putting Our Trust in the Children’, with a participating audience of professionals from Bangladesh to Ethiopia, Nepal to the US. Hosted by the Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood, and in collaboration with Save the Children, our educators showcased how ELC’s The City School is committed to empowering children to prepare for climate resilience and work for sustainable development, and how our Reggio Emilia approach to education cultivates those skills and character for our children to be world-changers.