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Athletics Day 2022

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Year 1 Exploring ‘What comes first? What comes next?’

Mathematics lends itself to connections in all areas of learning. Inspired by the story ‘The Toys’ Party’, Year one children explored the elements of planning a party themselves.

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ELC’s Math Curriculum

ELC follows the new Ontario Curriculum (2020), which incorporates six learning strands: social emotional learning skills in Mathematics and Mathematical processes; Number; Algebra (coding); Data; Spatial Sense (measurement), and Financial literacy. 

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Fun Field Day

Before the mid-term break, ELC children enjoyed their first Fun Field Day in three years! Gathered together in mixed year group teams, the children participated in a range of collaborative and competitive games such as rock climbing, go fishing, and more.

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Math is exciting. Math is creative. Math helps us make sense of the world.
Find out more about your child’s mathematical learning experience at ELC.

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Bangkok Community Help Foundation

ELC invited Bangkok Community Help Foundation (BCHF) to talk to our Year 3 children about the work that they do each day to help those in need.

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Grit
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Have you discovered the power of ‘yet’?

At ELC, your children know all about the importance of this word, ‘yet’; it is a word that encourages learning, builds confidence, sustains engagement, and empowers – it is part of the mental architecture for a ‘growth mindset.’

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Right for Trees

At ELC, we strive to develop ecologically literate global citizens attuned to the interdependence of humans and our environment.

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An Open Evening at The City School

We would like to invite you to our Open Evening at The City School to learn about the exciting educational journey our school offers your child.

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Listening
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Listening is the foundation of our learning relationships. Teachers attentively listen to children’s thoughts and emotions – spoken and otherwise expressed – which breeds a confidence in them to explore their ideas, and allows them to be unafraid of making mistakes or of being themselves. 

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