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  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive
  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive
  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive
  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive
  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive
  • It Takes More Than Academic Success to Thrive

Academic grades are no longer enough; education must be enriched with practical skills for pupils to flourish in their future careers. Technological and economic advances are shaping our world at an incomprehensibly rapid pace, especially when it comes to artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, genetic engineering, algorithms and biology. Such developments mean that today’s pupils young need to complete school and university with more than a selection of academic qualifications. Grades are no longer enough for young people to thrive in modern careers, which often require increasingly demanding digital and practical skills. The Telegraph in the UK has reported that:
  • Repton School Dubai Pupils Score Top Marks in IB Programmes

Repton School Dubai Pupils Score Top Marks in IB Programmes 25% of Repton School Dubai pupils have scored over 40 points in their 2020 IB Diplomas. Repton School Dubai, the sister school of Repton Malaysia, is celebrating record-breaking results that this year’s pupils have achieved in their International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. Around a quarter of Repton School Dubai pupils achieved over 40 points in the rigorous, interdisciplinary exams, a huge achievement. Meanwhile, 43% of pupils achieved at least 36 points, a credit to the school’s endeavours to help every pupil to excel. Repton and their Dubai partner school make

Year 4 Learning About the Digestive System

In Year 4, we have been learning about the digestive system in humans. First, we had researched the basic parts of the digestive system and learnt about organs such as oesophagus, stomach and intestines. Then, we learnt about the simple functions of these organs.

To make our learning more interesting, our teachers showed us how to make a model of a digestive system so we were able to see how the digestive system works and what happens in each of its main parts.

It was so much fun! Some of us, like Ibuki, were lucky enough to do the experiment at home: “I like the part of the squeezing representing nutrients being absorbed by the small intestine, it was disgusting!”.

After learning about the digestive system, we investigated the different types of teeth and their functions. We even had a chance to become dentists as we completed dental records of ourselves and our family members. Divyana said: “I did enjoy being a dentist and I hope we will do something like this again in the future”.

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