June 18, 2021

The Benefits of an International Education

There are lots of reasons why parents favour an international education for their children. International schools expose pupils to a range of different people, who have unique cultural backgrounds and spoken languages, which not only represents an authentic, real-world environment, but also encourages a sense of respect towards diversity and inclusivity. Consequently, children who have attended an international school are typically well-prepared for life beyond their education.

For families who move around a lot, due to work commitments or for other reasons, international schools are a good option because they cater to language barriers. As many of the students will speak different languages, children are given a unique opportunity to work on their communication skills. What’s more, international schools give children a chance to interact with people from all over the world, who may have different religious beliefs or cultural traditions, building a strong foundation for cultural awareness and equality.

 

Usually, an international education means a unique curriculum, often offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) which is committed to internationality and community spirit, giving youngsters a global perspective. The IBDP teaches students a variety of key skills, is taught and recognised all over the world and is regarded by most leading universities.

 

When students attend a school in their native country, they have all of their creature comforts on hand, which means there is less need for them to be independent. Alternatively, when a child attends an international school, they are given a chance to broaden their horizons and take on unique challenges, which ultimately leads to increased confidence and self-sufficiency. This is fantastic preparation for university, where most young people tend to move away from home anyway.

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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

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