Are you looking for an international school in the Amsterdam region? We would be delighted to welcome you and your children to the Amity community. We understand that choosing the right school is one of the most important decisions you will make. Our Admissions Team is here to support you in this process by listening to what matters to you.
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Summertime is an amazing time for children, but it can be a long time for parents who maybe running out of ideas to keep their children busy in the last few weeks before school starts. Especially after the corona lockdown, you probably want to make sure to avoid too much screen time. We have gathered the following ideas to make the most of the rest of your summer holiday!
Amity International School Amsterdam’s Admissions Officer Elspeth French understands that choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. She shares five tips on how to prepare for your school visit.
For their radio mini-series 'Happy Families - Summer Special' Broadcast Amsterdam interviewed our Admissions Team to find out why the summertime is the busiest period for the department and how Amity Amsterdam wants to get more involved with the local Amsterdam Community.
Social and emotional development refers to how children start to understand who they are, what they are feeling and what to expect when interacting with others*. Amity International School Amsterdam views this as a key role of schools, especially since they support international students from around the world moving to The Netherlands.
Amity International School Amsterdam offers the possibility for children to spend part of this summer exercising their bodies and minds, while they learn new skills, make new friends, and have lots of fun.
Children ages 4 to 12 are provided with daily scheduled options, within an engaging and stimulating setting for them to actively enjoy the summer.
In these strange and uncertain times, it is beneficial for children to maintain a daily routine, and ideally to continue with their education in so far as possible. At Amity Amsterdam, we are adapting to the current situation, with the help and collaboration of parents, to create the best learning opportunities for students. During this period of Virtual Learning, we have been working to promote the wellbeing of all our students and maintain a social connection, while offering a wide range of learning experiences and ensuring online safety.