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If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow. - John Dewey Teachers College, Columbia University 

With  SIS Group of School’s Term break just 2 weeks away, do you have any plans for you and your family? With no school days scheduled from September 27th through to October 7th, there is definitely opportunity for some extended

As Head Teacher of SIS Semarang, I find myself very lucky to lead a school where cases of bullying are extremely rare. Bullying is an important issue and one that we must always be proactive about, monitoring situations as closely

I am often asked the same question when meeting prospective parents who visit SIS Semarang, “Why Cambridge?” I am always able to quickly and confidently answer with, “Because it works!”

Getting into a top university is the wish of every parent. But what is the secret? How do you choose the right program and school that will beset prepare your child for university? The IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) is one

Singapore International School Group Indonesia (SIS Group) menyabet penghargaan Transformational Business Award pada pertemuan keenam The Financial Times dan The International Finance Corporation (BankDunia) di London, Inggris. Penghargaan tersebut untuk kategori pendidikan, ilmu, dan keterampilan.

Lowering tuition fees to encourage accessibility means engaging families with different incomes, cultural and social norms. These schools and their local teachers are also burdened with limited budgets resulting in often limited access to the pedagogical developments that international schools

Lowering tuition fees to encourage accessibility means engaging families with different incomes, cultural and social norms. These schools and their local teachers are also burdened with limited budgets resulting in often limited access to the pedagogical developments that international schools