This is why you should teach your child to be a ‘learner’, not a ‘worker’

The start of the school year presents a valuable opportunity to educators to review the process and practice through which they are growing our students. They also reflect on how effective the collective message of teachers and parents has been in building the skills and capabilities necessary for Generation Z. My opening address to the … Continue reading This is why you should teach your child to be a ‘learner’, not a ‘worker’

“The secret to getting ahead is getting started”

As we begin the new academic year, many of our teachers have written to introduce themselves and provide background information about their coursework for the year. These communications are essential first steps in developing the partnership with parents that is needed for a successful year.  Over the next three weeks, we will be hosting a … Continue reading “The secret to getting ahead is getting started”

Gifting our children with happiness and fulfilment

At Moriah, and most quality schools, we talk extensively about the social and emotional benefits of being part of and belonging to the Moriah family. Often, these benefits are taken for granted or it is assumed that our children will automatically develop these skills by osmosis.  Sometimes people even view these social/emotional skills as ‘soft … Continue reading Gifting our children with happiness and fulfilment