Markham College is an exciting place where new developments are always taking place. Browse through our news to find out more about our initiatives and achievements, as well as read up on some helpful tips.

How to discuss politics with our children?

During difficult times, boys and girls know what is happening. How can we discuss the country’s political crisis with children? Educational psychologist Paloma Labarthe, from Markham College, offers these tips.

How to interest young children in science? Follow these tips

The health crisis has highlighted the importance of science. However, society is not (yet) that close to it. The road ahead is long, but it can start by instilling scientific curiosity in young children. Here are some suggestions that you can try at home.

Why play is critical in young children

Young children learn in a variety of ways, and one of them which is constant throughout their childhood and critical in their learning and developing new skills, is PLAY. Read our article to understand the different types of play and toys that can help a child learn.

New teaching models in 2021

Online education has been the rule without exception this year. Schools prepare alternatives for a mixed (live/online) return to classes.

Back to school

Padres magazine asked the most important educational centres in the country, including Markham School, what where the great learnings of 2020 and what will be the changes or novelties that they will present to their students in this new year, which will have online and distance learning as the great common denominators.

The Magnifier: meet the first philosophy magazine born from a secondary school

A group of students turned their thoughts and doubts about poetry, art and politics into a philosophical perspective. The Magnifier, the magazine, gains momentum thanks to its director, Sabrina Garrido, who has a lot to say about the current political situation and what the Bicentennial Generation, to which she belongs, means to her.

How to understand and educate children’s emotions?

A long-term pause in attending school and social interaction can generate different emotions in children, including crying and tantrums, amongst others, which is why it’s important to properly guide and promote their emotional education.