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VIEWPOINTS FROM COGNITA EDUCATORS ON GLOBAL EDUCATION

Would you offer teenagers a later start to the school day if science suggested you should?

In an article for the Times Education Supplement, Jonathan Taylor of North Bridge House School Canonbury in the UK tackles the […]

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Happiness lessons for eight-year-olds – gimmick or good practice?

The UK government has unveiled plans to trial ‘happiness lessons’ for eight-year-olds. In an article for the Telegraph, Danuta Tomasz, […]

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The homework debate – when is enough, enough?

In the wake of a ‘homework strike’ in Spain, the debate about whether homework should be regulated arrives in Spanish […]

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Making ‘virtual reality’ a classroom reality

Craig Kemp, Head of Education Technology at Stamford American International School in Singapore contests that having a virtual reality kit in school […]

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Highlights from Cognita Leading Education 2016 Conference

As Cognita announces its second annual Leading Education conference for school leaders from across the Cognita world, we share video […]

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Getting mindful about wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing of young people is never far from the headlines today – wherever you are in the […]

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How can schools help create global citizens?

Ian Thorpe, Headmaster at Downsend School in the UK, considers the ever-widening range of skills that children are expected to […]

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Our Family of Schools

With a large and diverse portfolio of schools, Cognita draws upon our international breadth and wide-ranging educational expertise to share best practice across our Group.

North Bridge House Preparatory School, UKDuncombe School, UKInstituto GayLussac, BrazilAustralian International School, SingaporeColegio Manquecura Ciudad del Este, ChileSt Clare’s School, UK