The holiday season and the end of term is here. I would like to wish each and every one of you a warm and wonderful festive season with your families and loved ones. I also want to take the opportunity to thank each and every one of you for your contributions this term. As always at IEGS, it has been a very busy term with a whole range of events and activities taking place or being planned for then modified, postponed, and perhaps even cancelled. We have found ourselves adapting to new ways of working in school this term. Assemblies, student council, our IHC events like
I hope you had a great Christmas and New Year's holiday and are ready for a new semester. The hallways may be empty as we begin in 2021, but that learning buzz continues as I see both teachers and students engaged with online lessons as distance learning continues at IEGS.
For many, the new year brings much promise for new opportunities to learn, improve, be inspired, take risks and be open to change. The new year holiday is also a time when many people choose to make a New Year’s resolution. A recent study published in the American scientific journal PLOS ONE, on 9 December 2020