By Dulwich College Yangon
For many parents, talking with your teenager about how their learning at home is going can seem like a difficult and risky proposition. In the video below, Melanie Ellis, Deputy Head of Senior School at Dulwich College (Singapore) shares her expert advice how to not just have the conversation, but to have it be effective for you and your child. Watch the video for tips on looking for the invite from teenagers to discuss the topic, and the strategies you can use to lead your child to the resources they need to tackle any problems they’re having.
About Dulwich College Yangon
Dulwich College Yangon is a British Independent School spread over two campuses in Yangon. The first school in Myanmar to have a direct link to a British Independent school, the prestigious Dulwich College in London, we draw on nearly 400 years of educational experience.
Our two campuses, based in the residential developments of Pun Hlaing and Star City, aim to offer the highest standard of international education in Myanmar for students aged 2 -18. The facilities across both sites will include a 350-seat black box theatre, science laboratories, art and design studios, libraries, gymnasia, 25m and 50m swimming pools, and sports fields.
Dulwich College Yangon joins a network of six Colleges across Asia in Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul and Singapore, as well as two Dulwich International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai. Our shared ethos is a simple one: students come first. Our schools believe in inspiring the children of today to become confident global citizens who have the courage and integrity to seize life’s opportunities.
Our Pun Hlaing campus open in August 2016 and expanded the facilities in August 2017, our Star City campus opened in August 2017. Both campuses are currently accepting applications for students aged 2 - 14 years.
More info, please visit https://yangon.dulwich.org/