We want the best for our children. As parents and educators, we know that the skills they acquire at a young age will support them in the future, so we want to enable them to acquire as many skills as possible. One way that our children acquire important skills is through co-curricular activities (CCAs). In this blog, we explain what CCAs are and we list some of the positive results of CCAs and explain why we believe they are such a vital addition to Amity Amsterdam’s curriculum.
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Welcome to the great outdoors! As you step away from the classroom and into nature, you'll discover a world of endless possibilities for learning and growth. From the tiniest insects to the tallest trees, the natural world is a treasure trove of knowledge and inspiration. Join us as we explore the benefits of outdoor learning, and how connecting with nature can deepen our understanding of the world and ourselves.
Learning to read should be an enjoyable, thrilling exploration for young learners. However, that's not always the case. Unlike learning to talk, learning to read and write is not a ‘natural’ or automatic process. For some students, learning to read and write is exhausting and frustrating, leading often to low self-confidence and declining grades. How do we support them in that process
As a school, we don’t want our students to feel overwhelmed or stressed: we want them to thrive in all aspects of their life. To accomplish this, we have put together five science-backed ways to help students manage their time and responsibilities.
Summer break is coming to an end and the back-to-school period is right around the corner. Time to go buy new school supplies, a new backpack or to double-check whether the school uniform from last year still fits nicely. To make everything goes well and to avoid last-minute stress, we provide you with a few recommendations on how to prepare for your first day of school!
Amity Amsterdam is delighted to announce the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) has approved the school for authorization to offer the Diploma Programme. The school in Amstelveen is now officially an IB World School for three of the four IB Programmes. Schools that offer at least three of the core programmes are referred to as continuum schools.