The progress of a nation largely depends on its manpower. It is therefore the responsibility of the government to provide relevant education and training to the people to ensure that they are properly trained to do what is expected of them to alleviate the national status of the country specifically in terms of economy.
As a concerned educational institution, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recognized the need for private schools to work alongside the government in terms of providing necessary education and training to the youth who will become the vanguards … [Read more]
To celebrate World Food Day and to respond to this global challenge, Southville IB launched a project called the Hunger Game last October 16. In the said project, students and teachers from Preschool to College were invited to visit the freerice.com and answer the vocabulary game. For every answer that they got right, they donated 10 grains of rice through a sponsor to the World Food Program of the United Nations.
More often than not, parents are always worrying about their child whether they’re staying too much time indoors or outdoors. “You should go out more” parents will say when they find their child staying in his room for weeks without having a social interaction. Whereas, they will say, “You should go home early” when their child is having a good time with his friends outside. Either of the two, one resolve can be brought up – that is, asking students to join a school club instead. Not only parents can easily monitor the activities of their children through the school … [Read more]
Today’s technologically advanced society has become a catalyst of the increasing opportunity for those studying the multimedia arts course. Career chances under this specialization are wide-range and can include positions in various fields such as publishing, design, advertising, and many more. [read more…]
The end of summer vacation is just around the corner. It is once again the time to start preparing everything that will be needed in going back to school. Aside from completing school supplies, uniforms, and enrollment procedures, here are few reminders that may help students … [Read more]
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College Comprehensive Growth Series
The Sophomore Psychology students had their last Comprehensive Growth Series (CGS) last August 12 – 13, 2014 at THE FARM, Barrio Manalo, Dasmariñas, Cavite. The CGS is a reflection type of instruction which is part of the Institutional Course (IC3) – Values Development. The overnight activity aims to provide activities for profound reflection and discernment of their personal values. It also manifests discovery and learning strategies necessary to nurture and further develop their values personally and as a group.
The CGS served as an instrument to decompress the students’ minds and bodies from a … [Read more]
Being a teacher in an international school is a very demanding and stressful job, but it also opens a door for different and great opportunities like meeting different people and encountering a diverse culture. If you want to experience the other part of the world through teaching, there are several international schools in Manila that you can choose from. There are some of pieces of advice to remember when applying as a teacher. .
Prepare Curriculum Vitae CV is one way to know the candidate applying for the international school. It should have some details about your teaching experiences and … [Read more]