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There’s much discussion about STEM, and you might wonder how relevant it is for the twenty-first century. Education in STEM fields extends far beyond the classroom. It involves implementing a modern learning strategy to holistically develop students and bring them up to speed and industry standards. The main goal is to support students in developing creative and critical thinking abilities, which are highly valued by all businesses and essential for overcoming the challenges of the modern world. STEM education can give students an edge regarding career prospects, as most STEM jobs require computers and other digital technology in

Did you know that research shows education impacts a person's future income? It is not just the potential of becoming a high-income earner. A child must also learn the correct values and mindset to become a responsible global citizen. Importantly, this includes the process of developing soft skills such as teamwork and resilience. Parents often want their children to attend the best international school possible so that they can have a wholesome childhood with nurturing teachers to guide them. That is why choosing a reputable international school is essential.  Why choose an international school? Firstly, the numerous international schools in Malaysia give

IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16-year-old pupils. It offers breadth in terms of the subject offering and the curriculum covered, and teaches pupils to an appropriate depth, supporting them for further study. The design of the qualification supports the study of a range of different subjects in order to explore them further before narrowing down subject choices at higher level study, and to develop a full range of skills such as critical thinking, public speaking, essay writing, scientific analysis, and technical abilities. Repton International School encourages pupils to

Covid-19 International Student Film Festival

Year 9 students had the opportunity this term to enter the Covid-19 International Student Film Festival, organised by Sparta Public Schools in Michigan, USA. The competition allowed students from international schools all over the world to enter a self-made movie into a variety of different categories. The students were taken through the process of planning and making a movie in their English lessons over the course of a couple of weeks. Many of the students utilised the help of their teachers, families, friends and classmates to make their videos, and the end result was a vast array of themes and content, ranging from stand-up comedy and lightsaber battles to poetry and animation. All of the students who entered their movies into the competition did incredibly well. Many played instruments, created art, acted and edited independently. The level of quality and effort that went into this project was exceptional! Excitingly, two students actually WON in their respective categories - Hyerim Yun won the 'My Music' category for her song about following SOPs, and Jasmehar Kaur won the 'My Shakespeare' category for an excellent poem and artwork theorising what the story of Macbeth might have been if Covid had existed. Well done Year 9 for the incredible work!