ISA’s culture of care and compassion helps shape future success
At ISA, children are given the opportunity to embrace a different kind of learning driven by a school-wide culture that focuses on children for who they are as individuals.
Among top of the list for families choosing a school is always the level of care their child will receive to support their learning. Student wellbeing sits at the heart of everything they do at ISA and from preschool age upwards, they pride themselves on ensuring students are free to be themselves, encouraging natural curiosity and a zest for learning.
Student-centred learning takes a whole child approach including having two full-time counsellors dedicated to Elementary and Middle School. Their team of experienced teachers know that by engaging with their young people and giving them a sense of control over their own learning, their brains will adapt to produce powerful results.
Elementary School at ISA covers preschool to Grade 5 (Preschool to Primary 6). Elementary School Principal, Morio Kajiwara, who has more than two decades’ experience in the education sector, says:
“ISA has fantastic pastoral care and a true passion to empower, support and inspire the next generation.”
They make every decision with the child in mind, and know it is the quality of their relationships that determine the strength of leadership.
As Scotland’s first international school, ISA educates children from age three to 18. With small class sizes and first-rate learning, language and counselling support, your child will receive the support they need to prepare them to thrive in a globalised world.
Let’s shape our children’s future together.
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