As International Happiness Day approaches on March 20, international schools have looked to innovative approaches to student wellbeing including lego groups, yoga, podcasts and Inclusion Ambassadors. Julian Hall finds out more.
Families are opting to send their children to international schools in the hope of boosting their English language skills and accessing global higher education, according to a survey of international school admissions staff.
English-medium international schools enrol 5.6 million children around the world – up from 969,000 in 2000 – and all signs point to sustained global growth for the sector, a report by ISC research has revealed.
A new report from ISC Research has highlighted the growth of "an international style of education" in China, amid a steep rise in Chinese-owned schools, with fears about economic slow-down not noticed.