According to legendary basketball coach (and teacher), John Wooden, there is an important difference between winning and succeeding.
We hope you enjoyed chatting with your child’s teachers this week. You can contact any of us at any time keep the conversation going.
Childish wisdom mixed with a global perspective and some ‘grown up’ expertise and experience will go a long way in finding the answers to many of the problems that our children will need to solve.
It is strange to think our children might be benefit from this crisis but if we want to develop lifelong learners, this is the time to do it!
We have made a good start to this year like no other. The Thadingyut break comes at a perfect time for us to rest and reflect on the last 8 weeks.
We finished this week in Chinthe Colors! Next week, we will be celebrating Thadingyut (Thursday) and Halloween (Friday).
As expected, we have retained our fully accredited status as a WASC school and this extends to our ISY Nay Pyi Taw campus.
Next week, we have a committee from WASC working with us online. WASC stands for The Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
I hope this finds you all well after navigating another week that I am sure had a few twists and turns. This week, I have written about how Winnie the Pooh might provide us with some guidance in dealing with these uncertain times.