Education Matters

  • The University of Life
    The University of Life 13.03.22

    What do students become as a result of their higher education experience? Abode2 explores how a learning framework can help students understand their transition from higher education to the professional world as well as support their holistic experience of university…

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  • Schools Score Highly
    Schools Score Highly 25.02.22

    Abode2 explores how good schools always win out when it comes to home sourcing for families Dinner party chat suggests that parents share the same viewpoint; that their children’s education is essential to get right. Getting children into highly rated…

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  • More Than Just a School
    More Than Just a School 22.02.22

    The British School of Brussels (BSB) was founded in 1969 as a non-profit making organisation in Belgium and was opened in 1970 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. The school occupies a beautiful site of ten hectares, surrounded by woodlands…

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  • In Tune
    In Tune 10.02.22

    Welcoming instrument playing students from over 20 different countries, makes music an integral part of the Ecole d’Humanité ethos, as Music Teacher, Alessandro Viale explains What role does music play at the Ecole d’Humanité? Traditionally progressive for the past 87…

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  • Food For Thought
    Food For Thought 02.02.22

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 50% of adults in America struggle with preventable chronic diseases that are related to poor eating patterns. Obesity affects 19% of children and 42% of adults, costing taxpayers…

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  • Building An Arts Culture
    Building An Arts Culture 31.01.22

    Establishing Positive and Productive Partnership Programmes between Schools and the Arts Industry Case Study – Hannah Grigg – Primary Music Teacher There is a genuine benefit in complementing arts educational experiences offered in schools with industry partnership projects. Experiences must…

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  • Teaching Change
    Teaching Change 31.01.22

    A new survey reveals two-thirds of teachers believe climate change is not taught adequately in schools – as the student-written Climate Education Bill heads for its second reading in parliament. Student Scarlett Westbrook and Britain’s youngest MP, Nadia Whittome, are…

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  • Future Proofing
    Future Proofing 26.01.22

    Abode2 reports that a ready increases in graduate enrolments have been one of the precious few bright spots during perhaps the most volatile period for higher education in recent memory While the predicted mass closures of college campuses across the…

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  • Broad Experiences, Broader Minds
    Broad Experiences, Broader Minds 17.01.22

    L-J Andrew catches up with Gordonstoun principle, Lisa Kerr, to discover what’s involved in creating a curriculum that’s designed for life Gordonstoun has a rich and fascinating history. Is there a singular, defining moment that has shaped the school? Due…

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