Previous to the arrival of the Lima 2019 Pan-American Games, on Wednesday 22 May we had the opportunity to receive Luisa Villar (Roosevelt School teacher and Peruvian representative of the Pan-Am organisation) and Juan Leon (a well-known Peruvian swimmer) in the Lower School.
During the summer break, the 2003/2004 (age group) football team participated in the 11th edition of the Mayor’s Cup International Showcase against teams from 19 countries and 27 U.S states.
In the digital era, new educational needs arise. Marco Bassino, director at Markham College, commented on it.
Conversation amongst Latin American school headmasters in which our own Headmaster, Chris Binge, offered his views on how education could change to adapt to these new times.
Carlos Morales, psychologist for Upper School, provides insights during an interview by TV Peru on how to balance screen time for teenagers.
In this episode, Director of Persyou, Nicholas McKie is joined by Chris Binge, Head of Markham College in Lima, Peru. Chris discusses a wealth of topics ranging from freeing school structures, adding curriculum breath to promoting interdisciplinary learning as a way forward for education. Chris provides an insightful outlook of education development drawing on his vast experience of leading schools in Geneva, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Even though isolation has presented many challenges this year, our students have participated in several concerts this season.
Interview with Paloma Labarthe, Lower School Counselling Director, in Radio Nacional, on how to share with the children during these difficult times.
Carlos Morales, psychologist at Markham College, points out the importance of promoting values in children when discussing political issues, highlighting diversity, solidarity, the common good, empathy and respect.
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.