Inly School participated in a revolution of sorts—a tree revolution!
The Inly School Parents Group generously donated enough money for the students to plant two small apple trees, in conjunction with The Boston Tree Party, an organization dedicated repopulating the greater Boston area with apple trees.
On May 11, 2011, each class helped in the process: the [...]
Inly School welcomed a group of city officials and school principals from the Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education (G.O.E.) of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) on Friday, May 13, 2011. The purpose of the visit, according to the G.O.E., was to “observe and learn new, different and potentially better educational systems so as to [...]
In Lower Elementary’s “Work of Water” the students in grades 1–3 learned how they directly affect the water around them. With help from the North and South Rivers Watershed Association and the Scituate Water Treatment Plant, the students got hands-on experience of how everyday things — like showering or driving a car — play a [...]
Inly students, even as young as one and two, are encouraged to learn by doing. Students in Toddler House engage in Montessori practical life work, in this case pouring, where they perform tasks themselves in order to gain independence.
Click the video to see the work come to life.