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We focus on a wide variety of activities, which are integrated into all learning tasks. As the students develop through each stage, their work becomes more structured without losing the fun element.
Our goal is to inspire students with a life-long passion for learning, a sense of belonging, and an appreciation and understanding of our collective values.
Our international and multi-cultural students are encouraged to develop at their own pace. We continuously challenge our students to help them realise their full potential. We individualise our programs to cater to different abilities and potential. Performance is celebrated in all years through our system of awards and certificates.
A wide range of technology is incorporated into our daily curriculum.
Students work with interactive whiteboards, tablets and Chromebook computers.
We use Google as our working platform: Chrome, Gmail, and Google Apps support students' learning, research and homework. Google allows teachers and students to create, collaborate, share and submit lessons and assignments with ease. Students from age 7 upwards also have a school Gmail account, and a school Chromebook is assigned to them.
Our international teaching staff are highly motivated and have a broad spectrum of teaching experience.
International Primary Curriculum
IPC encourages students to develop the ability to learn and acquire the skills required to become life-long learners. It is an international, thematic based program and students complete six IPC Units (themes) each year. The following subjects are covered in IPC:
- Art, Geography, History, ICT Technology, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Sport, Science, Society
Alongside the International Primary Curriculum, we also run literacy and numeracy programmes developed in the UK and aligned with our international curriculum.
The following Specialist Subjects are also taken every week:
- Sport /Physical Education (“PE”)
Pastoral care is a vital part of our school ethos.
We encourage students to be respectful, confident, responsible and have a clear sense of our core values, attitudes, and beliefs. Primary students attend weekly tutorials where a wide variety of topics are discussed. Monthly house meetings foster a sense of ‘family’ and encourage students of all ages and cultures to come together and work as a team. Assemblies celebrate school life, academic effort and achievement. Students receive awards for their academic and personal performance, and each month, a class can showcase their classwork.
Additional Support Services:
ISF (International School of Flanders) Waterloo offers additional English as a special provision for students whose mother tongue or first academic language is not English. View our policy here.
Learning support is also offered to students with learning difficulties. At an additional cost, an Occupational Therapist is available on site; testing and therapy can be organised during and after school. Students with special needs may also qualify to support an IILP (International Individual Learning Plan).