When it comes to being a cool school, we can always count on Nexus International School (Singapore) to stay ahead of the game. How does it do it? Well, with open classrooms for starters! You won’t find walls or doors here – just kids collaborating, being creative and learning in innovative ways. But don’t just take it from us, check out our video to see how these open classrooms work…
Ever wondered what goes on in an open classroom? HoneyKids recently paid cool school Nexus International School, Singapore a visit and for a chat with its Head of Primary, Paul Beach to get the full lowdown on the concept and how it takes learning to the next level.
Posted by HoneyKids Asia on Sunday, June 16, 2019
We know that Nexus has always been all about innovation and it takes things to the next level with its open classrooms or pods. It understands that all kids learn differently and learn better in stimulating and creative environments. By giving them the freedom to sit and work wherever they want, whether in groups or on their own, kids will be able to take their learning into their own hands.
Worried about kids being noisy and distracted? You could walk into a pod and it would be so quiet that you could hear a pin drop – it all depends on the type of activity the kids are doing! Kids can also choose to work on their own in their choice of desk, on a beanbag or even floor space. They also have their own space to put down their bags and water bottles.
But what we love most about these open classrooms is that it allows kids from different classes to collaborate together, which not only builds their social skills but their confidence as well. Pretty cool stuff, we think!
What makes Nexus International School (Singapore) different
With students from over 50 different countries and staff that can speak 25 different languages, it’s amazing how all these people are able to learn and work together and create such an inspiring community. But what makes it truly stand out is its innovative approach to learning, teaching, exploring and creating. It’s something you’ll have to see for yourself. Go on, book a tour today!
This post is sponsored by Nexus International School (Singapore)